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The 7th Continent – A Journey to the Unknown…

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Category: Age: 12+ 5 - 1000 Min 1 - 4 Players 2016
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You are explorers in the early 20th century and you have come back from a mission in a continent that has just been discovered, the 7th continent. The 7th continent is a hostile place full of mystery, inspired by Lovecraftian lore. You have returned with many relics from this place, however, since then a curse has struck you. For this reason, you have to go back to that strange place, so as to find out what it is that makes you feel sick and purify it… if you manage to survive…

The 7th Continent is a game of exploration, for 1-4 players, which can be played in a solo mode or cooperatively. As you move on the 7th continent, you will build the board, by adding the Terrain and Event cards one by one, so the landscape will differ each time. In order to survive, you will have to use any weapons and tools available, learn how to take advantage of the setting you are in, find food and spend experience points to gain new abilities.

You must be prepared, because it will take many, many hours to get rid of that curse! For this reason, the game features a save system, just like in a video game, which allows you to pause at any time and resume whenever you want or you feel that you are ready for this great adventure in this dark place!

The 7th Continent is a game of survival, which seems to be really interesting, offering many hours of suspense and a journey to the unknown.

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