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Titanic Games(based on 4 ratings)
Titanic Games finally brings the hit European game home to English-speaking audiences. Created by Paul Randles, designer of the modern classic board game Pirate's Cove, and developed by Mike Selinker and Bruno Faidutti, two of the co-designers of Titanic’s Stonehenge: An Anthology Board Game, Key Largo transports players into the Florida Keys in 1899.
As the new century dawns, players ply the thriving trade of finding treasures in shipwrecks around the island. Before a hurricane hits, players need to search the many shipwrecks and sell the lost treasures to the island denizens for as much cash as possible.
This was designer Paul Randles' final game before passing away in 2003. Titanic Games is proud to make it available in English for the first time, with an all-new graphic design and beautiful new pieces.
"Key Largo is a fun game of simultaneous action and chance-taking."
Key Largo Rulebook
The rulebook for Key Largo is available as a PDF. - Download (1.2MB zip/PDF)
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