The Manufacturer's Board Game Review of Nautilus:
Within the dark cold deapths of the sea lies a world that could have risen from the works of Jules Verne. Here beneath the silt and sand of the sea floor resides the resting place of an ancient civilization once the marvel of the world. Swallowed by the sea, it sank to the deapths to be remembered in legend.
Now, groups of researchers have come together to build a fantastic underwater city, made from the many components sunk on the ocean floor. Scientific stations are created to support the efforts of these brave heroes as they scour the bottom of the sea in ingenious mini-submarines.
Their quest? to search for lost treasures, scientific sensations, and of course glory! But, most of all they seek the remains of the lost civilization. Each searcher follows his own passions, seeking his own goals and judging his own success.
Rainy Day Game's Board Game Review of Nautilus:
The Nautilus board game takes you under the sea to build an underwater complex and explore the ruins of Atlantis. The artwork and theme of this board game is beautiful and engaging. Players can't help but be drawn in by the story.
At its core, this is a game of economic management. The winning player will be the one who can most efficiently turn their limited resources into points. This means that Nautilus is not as interactive as some other games. Your opponent is the game mechanic itself, not the other players.
People who love exploration games, people who love economic management games, or those looking for something different to balance out their strategy-game collection should look to the Nautilus board game. Beautiful, challenging, engaging. That summarizes the Nautilus board game.
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