The most fun you can have without being eaten by a real shark!
Recently the Phabulousity crew took a break from flogging the writers in our writers' dungeon for a rare board game night. Our fave from the evening was Ravensburger's Jaws, a board game recreation of Steven Spielberg's 1975 classic film. It's good clean fun in which you may get eaten by Bruce the shark!
Designed four two to four players, the game is designed around two "acts." In Act One, players playing as movie characters Brody, Hooper, and Quint race around Amity Island trying to spot the titular shark before he eats all the swimmers on the island beaches (another player plays as the shark). In Act II, the action shifts to the Orca, Quint's boat, and the three human players try to kill Bruce before he either eats them all and/or destroys the boat.
The action is fast-paced, there's a good mixture of strategy and luck, and you can finish a game in about an hour. What's not to love? Get it at Amazon today-- it's Phabulousity approved!
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