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Rating: 5.5 Fair
Players: 2-6 players
Playing time: 45-30 minutes

Created by: Scott Almes, Kwanchai Moriya

Published by: Eagle-Gryphon Games


You and your friends all make a living by selling goods among a chain of beautiful tropical islands. Sounds great, right? Well, there's a problem.

None of you are successful enough to buy your own seaplane, so you all pitched in and bought one together, which means that each day you all have to use the same plane to make all of the day's deliveries - and some of you aren't going to get paid.

To make matters worse, the plane is in such disrepair that the instrumentation is broken, the compass demagnetized, and the windshield is covered in cracks, duct tape, and the remains of a few unfortunate seagulls, so the pilot might as well be flying blind...

Each day in Island Hopper, players auction off the Captain's seat; the player who becomes the Captain is in charge of flying the plane for the day, but cannot make any deliveries of their own.

To make their deliveries, the other players bribe the Captain to fly to the islands to which they need to go, thereby earning themselves cash.

When it's time for the Captain to fly, the Captain must close his eyes, pick up their goods tokens, and attempt to land them in an island's harbor.

A successful landing means that players can fulfill their contracts and the captain collects his bribe - but if the goods splash into the sea, you might find yourself under water...

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