Number of players: 2 to 4
Official Recommended Age: 6 - 99 years
Users' Recommended Age: 4 years and above
Playing Time: 20 minutes
Publisher's Game Description:
Whoever has some luck with the dice and can organize the action points well, can soon hack holes into the ice and try his/her luck at fishing. But watch out! The weather can change and make fishing an arduous task. A tactical dice and fishing game for 2 - 4 players.
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Reviews & Comments:
BGG Mark Jackson - Kids Games 100
BGG Forest Fisher:"This was a lot of fun! You are an Inuit and you are ice fishing. You literally break the ice, which is a piece of A4 paper below the board. It sounds like you are breaking through ice. Then, you fish with a fishing pole that magnetically picks up the fish below the ice. It really captured my imagination, even as an adult, and I appreciated the cultural experience. I could imagine teaching children about the Inuit and ice fishing, only to be followed up by this game. It also captured the randomness of fishing. You are sort of wandering around, randomly poking the ice and hoping to find what you need. A fun, innovative, imaginative game for kids. In my opinion, that deserves a 10! "
How To Play:
Players are ice fishing Inuits. Players punch holes through the 'ice' (a sheet of paper) and try to catch fish, represented by steel balls of various sizes. Big fish are worth more than small, and the fisher with the most points at the end of the game wins.