The sun shines on the surface of the water and the crystal clear water releases the view of the seabbed: Colourful fish swarms fumble under the surface, a turtle glides gracefully as a diver follows his robot diving to capture unique shots of the underwater world – or even lift a sunken pirate treasure… you never know what the coral reefs around the old pirate island Coralia have for one! The dice insert game by Michael Rieneck invites you to a fun trip into the depths from autumn 2019.
Players use “Coralia” cubes as remote controlled diving robots, so-called ROVs (remotely operated vehicles) to make possible valuable discoveries underwater. At the beginning of their turn, each player rolls with 4 dice, selects one of them and passes the remaining dice. The symbol and colour of the cube determine the place where it is inserted.
Six dice sides – six possible actions: It is often difficult to decide. Do you want to sit on fish to get a particularly large set together? Or do you prefer to collect beads to shine past the players at the end of the game? Or rather go with the diver on a treasure hunt? Octopus, starfish and turtles also attract different possibilities.
The game ends as soon as the dice supply is almost used up. Now it shows who can demonstrate the most successful underwater mission or who knew to use their cube results the most skilfully.
“Coralia” is a dice placement game for clever combiners, where the 38 specially embossed dice not only symbolically reflect the beauty and splendour of the colourful reefs, but restore players in each game with tricky decisions.