Jules Verne's classic novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea tells the story of Captain Nemo and his astounding ship, the Nautilus. The second edition of Nemo's War, Victory Point Games' popular solitaire offering from designer Chris Taylor, is a greatly enhanced offering featuring mass-production printing and amazing Ian O'Toole art and graphics throughout.
Set in year 1870, you set sail in this amazing electric-powered submarine, assuming the role and motive of Captain Nemo as you travel across the seas on missions of science, exploration, anti-Imperialism, and War!
With this supercharged second edition of Nemo's War, prepare yourself for the adventure of a lifetime!
This second edition of Victory Point Games' popular solitaire offering from designer Chris Taylor has been greatly enhanced with mass-production printing and amazing Ian O'Toole art and graphics throughout.
As a Victory Point Games Premier Line title, Nemo's War: Second Edition meets a higher level of component excellence by including a properly mounted game board, myriad die-cut counters, nice stock game cards, and a lovely, telescoping game box.
Complexity: 3 on a 9 scale
Solitaire Suitability: 9 on a 9 scale
Scale: Time is measured in Action Points which represent approximately 1 week of real time; each encounter is with 1 major ship (its crew and contents) and each area is 1 Ocean.
Awards & Honors
2017 Golden Geek Best Thematic Board Game Nominee
2017 Golden Geek Best Solo Board Game Nominee
2017 Cardboard Republic Immersionist Laurel Nominee
What's In The Box?:
• One Rulebook
• One Epilogues book
• One 17” x 33” game board
• 62 Adventure cards
• 10 Nautilus Upgrade cards
• Nine co-op game Officer cards
• Six Character Resource tiles, two Motive tiles, and one Captain tile
• 220 tokens and markers (ships, gemstones, etc.)
• 12 Uprising cubes (10 black, 2 gray)
• Five dice (3 white and 2 black)
• One Nautilus miniature
1 to 4 Players
60 to 120 Min Playing Time
It may not be possible to ship very heavy items outside of the Mainland UK.
Released: 22 August 2019