Education...hmmm!, educations what you need.
If you want to be a mathematician or computer programmer or record breaker...ohhh!
(see Roy Castle and Record Breakers for reference)
Dreaming of riches and dominating the sea is all you ever wanted. But it is very hard to do when your an ugly spud!
Players are going to be drawing cards every turn and adding them to their docked ships. These cards will be "action" cards, that will do damage to a target ship. In one's, two's and three's..."That's not a lot of damage", you say.
That's where the "control" cards come into play. These can also be loaded onto the ships to increase your attack. They will either multiply the "action" cards, give conditions for the use of the "action" cards or set a programmed pattern en route for the "action" cards. These will give different attacks to your enemies, hopefully eliminating them. Making you the soul survivor, winning the game.
Or you could collect all 7 of the Potato Kings, also winning you the game. Every time you have a King in you hand, you place it in front of you. The other players have to show their respects and salute you. Being the slowest to do so will cost you two of you potato crew, as they defect to the side of the Potato King. Kings can be found, stolen and collected throughout the game.
"Surprise" cards are also thrown into the mix to block attacks, gain new cards and ship. And deny someone who denies you. Giving you a family fun, take that style of game, that also teaches math and programming.
To find out more, watch my first impressions video below. Or click on the link below that to see the Kickstarter page. And remember to your pirate flag FRYING.