Sorry this isn't directly related to the Pirates CSG game.
I've always enjoyed reading and was recently on a kick of reading classical adventure stories like The Lost World, Treasure Island, and King Solomon's Mines. I happened into Pirates CSG by chance, and fell in love with the concept and execution of the game. In summer 2010, I was looking for Magic: The Gathering cards to play against my future brothers and father in law. The store I was in had a Pirates! display and I was hooked.
Anyway, I was able to get an assortment of Mysterious Islands cards. Those got me interested in Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues beneath the sea. It's right in line with the type of stories I have recently come back to reading but for some reason it had not been on my list of books I needed to read. (It's in my pile of summer reading now).
Fast forward to the present day: in August, my fiancée and I will be moving to Nunavut. I need some new hobbies to pass the dead of the (LONG) winter there. I've gotten more and more into games and gaming with her family. A game that is new to me has caught my eye. The game is called "Nemo's War", and it is published by Victory Point Games.
Click here to see the game "Nemo's War" on Victory Point Games' (the publisher's) website
Click here to see the game "Nemo's War" on BoardGameGeek
I am interested because the theme is appealing to me, and it has a solitaire gameplay option, which I'll need in Nunavut.
Has anyone played this game? What'd you think?
Thanks for your comments,