AstroNavis Merchant Advanced (ANMA)

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Price: $ 10.95

File Type: zip

File Size: 1 MB

Pages in main/rules file: 21

Game System:

Players: 1

Designer(s): Wendell Martin, Jr.
Jeffrey Roe

demo: demo/ANMAdemo.pdf
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AstroNavis Merchant Advanced is a solitaire freight shipping boardgame set on the frontier of human space in the 2310s. Hoping to make your fortune, you've traded everything you owned for an old, worn-out tramp freighter. You'll have to take it beyond the relative safety of the Alliance worlds to the rough frontier planets bordering alien Hovahlen space. It's a risky gambit, and making poor choices in cargoes could result in losing everything, including the ship. Will a corrupt port boss need to be bribed? Could expedited unloading/loading allow you to move out ahead of schedule? Will picking up passengers or speculative cargoes provide unexpected profits, or will smugglers or stowaways get you in trouble?

One nine-page basic rulebook
One twelve-page advanced rulebook
One 8.5" x 11" map
Twenty-two Planet Cards
Two sheets of basic Tables
Two sheets of advanced Tables
Two sheets of basic Displays
Two sheets of advanced Event Descriptions
One advanced Ship Display & Turn Track
Several dozen 1/2" counters
Basic and Advanced Record Sheets

Zipped file


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Comments from customers
Reviewer Value Quality Overall Comments
Judith Krauss 10 9 9 Wonderful solitaire space merchant game.
steven wass 10 10 10 great space trading game, captains log makes a good narrative.
Steven Robinson 7 5 7 A nice mix of exploration and econimics. Plays very well, The advanced version adds more gameplay and to the replay factor.
Scott Lewis 7 8 7 An interesting and entertaining game, can be made portable with magnets and such.
Robert Ott 9 8 8 Nicely done game. A lot of fun, but I find it much easier to use the record sheets rather than the ship displays.
David Valenze 10 10 10 Love the game. Eagerly awaiting more in the series.
jonathan townsend 5 5 5

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