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Seeking Playtesters for School of Fish

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FlashForwardGames
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Hi there!

I have a game that I'm currently in the middle of latter stage playtesting, and I'd like to get your feedback on it.

School of Fish is a 2-4 player card game, ages 10+, and plays about 15-20 minutes with set-up and explanations.

Components: 52 cards (40 Fish Cards and 12 Creature Cards)

Ive attached the files to this thread, but if the attachments, here's a backup dropbox link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/j4ju8axgdd4endf/vVXKhYRQmv

If you do play it, and you have any immediate questions about the rules, please tweet me @FlashForwardCo. If you can place any feedback, comments, suggestions, please, feel free to reply to this thread!

Thank you very much!

Chris

JewellGames
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So really "playing" a fish

So really "playing" a fish card is simply discarding it to draw a new one correct?

Can I opt to not play/discard a fish card and not play/discard any creature cards or must I always "play" one card per turn?

FlashForwardGames
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You must always play one card

Yup, you are correct about that, and you must always play one card per turn - I'll make that correction :D

Edited, download the new dropbox file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ofiekhhuj3spxhw/School%20of%20Fish%20Rules%201...
(Edited one more time for clarity)

Kroz1776
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That Dolphin

As I was looking through the PDF of the cards, the Dolphin perplexes me. This is essentially a "discard 1 card," card that allows you to use the creature card's power if the discarded card is a creature. Is this intentional?

Basically I feel that other than the number and the fact that if the discarded card is a creature you can play it, the dolphin isn't much different from the seaweed card.

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