Long ago, a pirate ship crashed on the shores of Fireball Island. During your visit, you can stumble upon it through one of the many caves. Gather the pirates' treasure, but watch out for cannonballs that seem to be fired by apparitions of the long-dead buccaneers.
Wreck of the Crimson Cutlass introduces a new play area to Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar. The ship features new treasures to collect and introduces new action cards with more of a take-that feel. On the ship, you'll face two new threats. The crow's nest collect marbles until it suddenly tips over, spilling them all over the deck of the ship. The jolly roger in the bow launches a single marble toward anyone foolish enough to take the captain's wheel.
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If you watched Saturday morning cartoons in the late 1980s, you remember the commercial: a hulking, black idol stands atop his island kingdom, ready to spit fireballs at any who would dare approach his prized jewel. Kids dressed in knock-off Indiana Jones outfits make a run for the treasure, exploring caves and saying things like, “I’m dog meat!” when a cartoon fireball rockets itself at their noggins. It was pure, vintage ’80s. Originally released in 1986, Fireball Island soon became a classic, hard-to-find board game, and Restoration Games has brought it back with part-sequel, part-remake Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar.
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