Track down the majestic Hangul, or take pictures of other animals in the Kashmir Valley. Then sell your photos to book publishers and magazines, or keep them to yourself - if you can afford it.
With only 20 exposures left of your last color film, you gotta think carefully how to spend it. Do you push your luck to squeeze in just one more shot, or do you play it safe? Do you chase down the elusive stag at all cost, or will you adapt to win?
Whatever you do, keep moving - or risk getting lost with no wildlife in sight!
A new Action Mechanic where you pass the spent Action Token to the next player.
The animals move around, and are scared away if you make too much noise or any sudden moves.
The movement of the animals is reflected by the board itself moving at least once before your turn.
What photos you can sell depend on available contracts and the needs of the publisher.
I made a video showing how to set-up the game. Keep in mind:
Preparing the weather event deck is a strategic process only done in a solo game. It is a step that should not be rushed—which is why it doesn't make sense to time it.
The game has environmentally friendly packaging. The pieces and dice are made of nice wood, no plastic insert—this is made of cardboard.
The box art is done. It will cover the green parts of the lid. The size of the box is 140 w × 270 h × 65 mm deep.
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