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Oink Games Deep Sea Adventure: A Treasure-Hunting Travel Board Game

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Description

  • DIVE, DIVE, DIVE: Pick a deep sea diver, roll the dice and plunge into the ocean in this travel game for kids and adults.
  • CLAIM YOUR FORTUNE: Land on a piece of treasure to add it to your collection. The deeper down you go, the more valuable it could be.
  • DON'T GET TOO GREEDY: All the divers have a shared supply of oxygen. So if you spend too long searching for treasure, you might get stuck down there for good.
  • PERFECT TRAVEL GAME: Fits into pocket-sized packaging, so you can play it anywhere; in the garden, on the beach, or even in a submarine.
  • EASY TO LEARN, QUICK TO PLAY: A family strategy game for 8 year olds and over, 2-6 players.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to pick up, complicated to master.I bought Deep Sea Adventure to bring on a long-distance train trip I was taking with a couple friends, it was a great game to play to cut boredom on the train. It only took a couple games to really understand the basic constructs of the game, but it was complicated enough to keep us coming back for another game. We even taught some kids who had been watching us from across the train car and they wrote down the name so they could convince their parents to buy it when they got home! Plus, it's small and compact enough to fit in my purse, which is a big plus. 5Such a fun little game...I had heard about the original Deep Sea Adventure game on a podcast, as well as a few YouTube videos, so I decided to pick it up once I saw that an English version had come out. I'm so glad that I did! This game is amazing.Deep Sea Adventure is a push-your-luck game where you are trying to dive into the ocean to get as much treasure as possible, then make it out before you run out of air. But beware: you and your fellow divers all share an air supply that is counting down as soon as people start collecting the treasure! The more treasure you collect, the harder it is to resurface...and you only score points if you make it back to the submarine.I host a gaming group at my work, and we play mostly light to medium-weight games on Friday nights. The entire group loved this game. I was a little nervous about the playtime after I read in the rules that you play over 3 rounds (and some of my co-worker's attention spans are about 1/2 a round), but this wasn't an issue it all. Since the remaining air is determined by all the players, we all wanted to know who was doing what so we could try to maximize our points. Needless to say, everyone was completely immersed, and had a great time. We cheered at good die rolls, groaned when someone was too greedy...can't wait until we bust this game out again!I would say you could probably play this with a bright elementary-schooler with a little patience (the box recommends ages 8+), but being able to think through your moves and react to what others are doing is a pretty large part of the game, so bear that in mind.The component quality is outstanding. Each token and player piece, as well as the box are all very high quality. I wish more games would use the same durable satin finish on their cardboard tokens!Definitely a 10/10 for me and my gaming group! 5Great for all ages! Easy to learn, difficult to master.Deep Sea Adventure is a great game. It's just as fun for 2 people as it is with 6. Each player takes turns rolling the dice, moving their pieces along the tiles and when landing on one, deciding if they want to take that treasure with a mystery amount. There are four different levels of tiles, so the further your explorer goes, the possible value of the treasure increases. But every time someone starts their turn and they have acquired treasure, the shared oxygen supply goes down for all players, and the number of tiles that player currently has is also subtracted from the dice roll. At some point in the round, you will decide to turn back, because you only get to keep your treasure if you make it back to the sub before the oxygen runs out. So the greedier you get, the less time everyone has to make it back to the submarine, and the slower you will move to get back. If you don't make it back, you don't die or anything, but your treasure floats down to the bottom of the ocean (placed in stacks of three at the end of the line, making for a big payday if someone makes it all the way down in a later round and back). At the end of every round, if you've made it back safely with treasure, you flip them over and you get to keep those to be counted up at the very end, but they no longer subtract from the oxygen supply or your roll in later rounds.It's a lot of fun and you have to be careful playing with greedier players. We played twice with a group of 6 (each game you play three rounds) and my niece didn't make it back to the sub a single time. And hilariously enough, my other niece got so nervous after everyone failed to make it back the first round, that she turned back after her first roll and ended up making it right back into the sub without a single treasure. It's perfect for kids, it teaches them to count in several different ways. You might have to help younger players with the strategy, and the dangers of trying to go too deep. But it's just as fun for adults. My husband and I play it just the two of us and it's always good for a laugh as we blame each other for depleting the oxygen supply too fast.The only way this game suffers is that the English translation isn't great. But if you search for the game on Youtube there's an overenthusiastic guy that simulates an entire four-person game that should explain all the little rules I didn't mention here. The biggest bonus for me is how tiny the box is. When it comes you'll feel like you got ripped off because it's no bigger than two decks of cards stacked on one another. But it's worth every penny and the convenience of such a tiny box means this will definitely be going on vacation with us. 5Good, portable game. Not my favorite but may be worth adding to your collection.Mixed feelings about this (but overall I really like it.) If you are looking for a portable press your luck game, this one is pretty good. I love how it all fits in this tiny tiny box (it'll fit practically in the palm of your hand.) I have found that if you play with more than 4 players, you only get a very small amount of turns due to oxygen being used so quickly. Most the folks I have played it with enjoyed it, but said they preferred my other press-your-luck game Incan Gold better. Also component wise Incan Gold feels like you get your money's worth, this game..... its questionable. 4Dive into Fun!I tried this game out and immediately purchased it. I have played it 5 times with a broad array of people in the past two days and it has been a hit every time.Here's why I love it:Small- If shelf space is a concern, you will love the tiny footprint of this game. It's like a cute little box of chocolates.Quality- The materials have a nice feel, made of wood and thick card stock. The box has a water proof sheen that gives you confidence dropping it in a bag to take on the go.Design- Rarely does a game hit the right note between being playful and sleek. I love the color palette, shapes of the pieces, and minimalist aesthetic.Mechanics - all the rules work well together. Rounds, dropping treasure, hopping players; all create a streamlined game experience.Theme- The game does a great job of marrying mechanics to theme. As the air meter drops, the drama cranks up and leads to many dramatic finishes where you'll be holding your breath.Depth of play- This simple little game allows for a surprising number of strategies.Deep Sea Adventure has me hooked and will keep me coming back for more from Oink Games. 5I personally like the gamePick this game up if it ever comes down in price. At over $20, it is not worth it. I personally like the game, but many of the people that have played it with me do not. The game is not very forgiving in its mechanics and frequently all new players will "drown" again and again and end the game with no points at all. As a result, when played well, the "push your luck" mechanic of the game is somewhat limited, which removes a bit of what is supposed to make the game fun. Additionally, you should plan to download the PDF of the revised instructions. The set that comes with the game are ambiguous to the point that the game is unplayable.That being said, this game plays in a small area and is quick to play. The components are very nice, and even came already punched out so that you can open the game and immediately play.To me, this is a $5-10 game, not a $20-30 game. 3A wonderful, light, intriguing gameFirst off, this is fantastic for travel because the box could easily fit into a back pocket. So bringing it on trips has been great. However, it is NOT a game that can be played in a car or plane because of lots of small, loose pieces.Second, it is very easy to teach. It's akin to a social game of chicken in that you're gauging your opponents in seeing who will "flinch" first and turn back at the risk of not collecting as much treasure as those who continue to press on forwards; however, if you press on too far you may run out of air and not make it back at all...dun dun dunnnn!I'm not going to go into rules details, but if you're considering this game, definitely youtube it. 5Counterfeit Game from seller "xuguwen" -- (new name: "A dream come true520")The game itself is fun. It seems like this version is counterfeit, though. Although it says it was made in Japan on the box, it was shipped from China. Also there are misspellings on the box that aren t there on the official version from the original game maker.I feel like Amazon should make it way easier to report counterfeit merchandise that they sell on their site.Edit: it was definitely counterfeit. Found more info online. 1Fun push-your-luck game with surprising depthThis is a very fun, underrated and almost unknown push-your-luck game from Japan. You can teach this to someone in two minutes, and within 5 minutes they grasp the basic strategy. For all its simplicity and ease of play, there's an unexpected level of strategic depth and gamesmanship. Highly recommended for casual gamers 10 years and up, and a good filler for more serious adults on board gamer nights. Only downside is price, given the small size and low component count I really don't see why this costs more than $12-15 max. 5Fun, cute and quick "push your luck" gameThis game is super cute and the box is really tiny and portable. I've played it on a small restaurant table just a couple nights ago with my wife and a friend (who's totally new to gaming in general), after we had dinner there. We had fun.It's a quick "push your luck" game. We don't usually go for those types of games, but the theme and the game mechanics in this game are really nice, so it's not just throwing dice like in Zombie Dice or other games like that. I recommend it. 5
Oink Games Deep Sea Adventure: A Treasure-Hunting Travel Board Game

Oink Games Deep Sea Adventure: A Treasure-Hunting Travel Board Game

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€49,00
Sale price
€49,00
Regular price
€80,00
Sold out
Unit price
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Save 39% (€31,00)