The Last Bottle of Rum is a pirate board game for 2 to 5 players, where you play as a pirate trying to trade his treasures for the very last bottle of rum in the archipelago... Get ready to explore uncharted waters, plunder your enemies and avoid the Kraken! To win the game, a player will need to score the most victory points by unearthing hidden treasures.
Set sail and dig up golden relics, cursed chests and legendary dodo eggs. The first captain to collect 10 loot points gets the last bottle of the archipelago and wins the game. In each round, choose two cards from your hand. The cards you play determine the actions you can take. Skillfully combine actions and effects to overcome obstacles and keep pace with rival captains.
Explore the archipelago, built with 37 tiles, and search for treasures scattered at random. Each game is a new adventure! Shoot your cannons at your opponents to slow down their treasure hunt. Push your luck at the risk of being cursed and pursued by the mortal Kraken! Play as one of the unique characters and use your game-changing abilities when least expected! It's time to go on a treasure hunt!
The Last Bottle of Rum was funded on the Crowdfunding Kickstarter (See the campaign) platform on the 19 March 2020, the campaign lasted 23 days. 1,792 people helped funded the game, whose the amount requested was €15,000.00. Thanks to these 1,792 people the game could be funded up to €74,061.50, ~493.74%.
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|Primary title||The Last Bottle of Rum|
|Release Date||November 2020|
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|Publishers||Lord Raccoon Games|
|Type of public||Amateur|