Galaxy Trucker

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2, 3, 4 Aantal spelers
Meer dan 60 minuten Gemiddelde speeltijd
10+ Leeftijd
Engels, taalafhankelijk Taal
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Second Edition van het spel Galaxy Trucker!
Bouw een ruimteschip en
probeer er een zo geslaagd mogelijke vlucht mee te maken. Moedige
piloten trotseren piraten en meteoren om zoveel mogelijk astronauten en
goederen te leveren…

In a galaxy far, far away… they need sewer systems, too. Corporation
Incorporated builds them. Everyone knows their drivers — the brave men
and women who fear no danger and would, if the pay was good enough, even
fly through Hell.

Now you can join them. You will gain access to prefabricated
spaceship components cleverly made from sewer pipes. Can you build a
space ship durable enough to weather storms of meteors? Armed enough to
defend against pirates? Big enough to carry a large crew and valuable
cargo? Fast enough to get there first?

Of course you can. Become a Galaxy Trucker. It’s loads of fun.

Galaxy Trucker is a tile laying game that plays out over two phases:
building and flying. The goal is to have the most credits at the end of
the game. You can earn credits by delivering goods, defeating pirates,
building an efficient ship, and being the furthest along the track at
the end of the flying phase.

Building happens in real time and has players build their personal
space ships by grabbing tiles from the middle of the table before the
timer runs out. Tiles start out facedown so they won’t know what they
have until they take it, but they may choose to return it faceup if they
don’t want it. They must place the tiles they keep in a legal manner in
their space ship. Usually this just means lining up the connectors
appropriately (single to single, double to double, universal to
anything) but also includes proper positioning of guns and engines.
Tiles represent a variety of things including guns, engines, storage
containers, crew cabins, shields, and batteries. They may also peek at
the cards they will encounter in phase 2, but they must sacrifice
building time to do this. At any time players may call their ships
finished and take an order marker from the center.

Once building is completed, and ships have been checked for errors,
the flight begins. The flight cards are shuffled and player markers are
placed on the flight board according to the order markers taken. Cards
are revealed one at a time and players interact with them in order. They
may include things such as pirates, abandoned vessels, disease
outbreaks, meteor showers, worlds with goods to pick up,
player-on-player combat zones, and other various things.

Most of the cards will cause players to move back on the flight track
and they must decide if the delay is worth their efforts. When all the
cards are encountered players sell any goods they have collected,
collect their rewards for finishing in first, second, or third place or
having the most intact ship, and then lose some credits for damaged
components. Space can be a very dangerous place and it is not uncommon
to see your ship break into smaller and smaller pieces or lose some very
valuable cargo off the side. If your ship gets damaged too much you can
get knocked out of the race, so be careful!

3 rounds of this are done, and in each round players get a bigger
board to build a ship that can hold more components. After the 3rd round
the player with the most credits wins!

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