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Game Of The Week - Week of January 27, 2020

Published by Sebastien Gagnon le

Game Of The Week - Week of January 27, 2020

Hello Ludopaths!

We present to you a game that piqued our curiosity as much by its aesthetics as its simplicity. We are talking about Isle of cats. There is even a place in the box to put your cat (Yes! Yes! Really!)

No, Isle Of Cats is not a battle royale game between “4 Crazy Cat Lady” on an island. 

Rather, it is a competitive board game of card draw, with polyomino cat placement for 1 to 4 players (6 with extensions).


You are citizens of Squalls End on a rescue mission on the island of cats and you must save as many cats as possible before the arrival of the evil Lord Vesh. Each cat is represented by a unique tile and belongs to a family, you have to find a way to make them all fit on your boat while keeping the families together.

You will also need to manage resources when you:

  • Explore the island (choosing and paying cards cards)
  • Save Cats
  • Find treasures
  • Make friends with an Oshax
  • Study old lessons

Each lesson you collect will give you another unique way to score points. There are 38 unique lessons available.

Finish the lessons, fill your boat and keep the cat families together to score points, the winner will be the player with the most points after five rounds.

In addition this game is Hypoallergenic! No need for tissues and antihistamine.

When we have our copy, we will "unpack" and explipartie.

We can't wait !!

And you, what is the game that piques your curiosity right now?

If you have any suggestions, send them to us! We like to know your discoveries.   


Thu: Isle of cats

Language: English only

Players: 1 to 4 (6 with expansion)

Duration: 90 min

age: 8 years and older

Creator: City Of Kings

Designer Frank West

Illustrations: Miguel Da Silva

Store arrival: March 2020

Available for pre-order on the site:



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