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    Blue Skies Board Game

    Item Code: 168629

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    Description

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    Blue Skies is fast-playing game for 2-4 players from the designer of Caravan and Burger Joint.

    The year is 1979, and the U.S. government has just deregulated the airline industry, opening it to competition in terms of fares, routes, and the airline companies themselves. You represent a new airline that’s trying to set up business in the U.S., but you have an entire country open to you, so where will you set up shop and how can you profit more than the other newcomers to ensure that you survive?

    In Blue Skies, the game board presents players with thirty airports in thirty cities. Each airport has four gates, with you using 2-4 gates depending on the number of players. To set up, draw airport demand cards from the deck to seed airports with passengers. Whenever you place passengers on the board, draw from a bag that initially contains 100 red cubes and 25 green cubes; for each airport, continue drawing until you draw a red cube, then redistribute passengers at the open gates of that airport as evenly as possible.

    Ages: 14+ | Players: 2 - 4

    In the Box:

    • Game Board
    • 59 Demand Cards
    • 121 Markers
    • 125 Passenger Cubes
    • 5 Airline Charter Boards
    • 1 Score Track Board
    • Rules
    • Storage Bag
    Item Code 168629
    Packaged Weight 1.26 Kg
    Release Date Wednesday, 13th January 2021
    Condition New
    Recommended Age 14+
    Product Type Board Games
    Barcode 655132005944
    Themes Aviation / Flight, Hand Management

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