Hey, That’s My Fish!
In this board game, you command a flock of penguins in a fierce competition for fish in the frigid Arctic. Take advantage of the opponent's fish before the opponent does the same to you. For these incredibly cute yet selfish penguins, life is competition to the max!
  • Year published: 2003.
  • Number of players: 2-6
  • Age: 10 +
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Genre: Strategy - Family

Game Rules “Hey, that’s my fish!” extremely simple, so much so that they can be summed up in a few short sentences. Start playing by placing the ice grid at random. During your wave you can move one of the colored penguins you own, the penguin can move in any 6 directions of the hexagon. You can move the penguin as long as it doesn't change direction all the way and doesn't jump over another penguin piece or an empty hole. When you move the penguin away, you also take the ice it was on before moving – you harvest the fish illustrated on that ice. At the end of the game whoever has the most fish (not the most icebergs) wins.

The interesting point of “Hey, that’s my fish!” is that it can fit any number of players from 2 to 4. Each different number of players will create a different atmosphere - with 2 players it will be a brainstorming battle, with 3 it's a scramble and a chance, and 4 players make a difference. chaotic but very surprising in the results. The important thing is that, regardless of the number of players, the game brings a lot of fun and good laughs.

Hey That's My Fish! - How To Play



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