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  • Summary: Take turns, upgrade your ship and trade as you sail through unknown waters where no ship has gone before. Compete with rival traders and battle mythical sea-monsters as you seek out and acquire navigational artifacts to reveal and defeat the legendary Kraken!

    The successor to indie
    cult-hit Ancient Trader, Fortune Winds: Ancient Trader introduces all of the captivating gameplay and features of the original and embellishes the experience with improved AI, additional player avatars and save game functionality. On its original release in 2010, Ancient Trader received critical acclaim from several highly respected gaming publications including 8/10 from Eurogamer and 8/10 from EDGE Magazine.

    * Gameplay packed with turn-based exploration, daring quests, trade and fearsome nautical combat!

    * Play together in "Hotseat: Player Vs Player" mode, where 1-4 players take turns as they bid to rule the seas!

    * Authentic 16th century art-style reminiscent of Abraham Ortelius, creator of the first modern atlas.

    * Battle titanic sea-monsters including oversized crabs, starving leviathans and the legendary Kraken!
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  1. Aug 20, 2012
    73
    The sequel to Ancient Trader is a funny pastime thanks to the speed of gameplay and a disengaged approach, suitable, as a Board-Game, to animate evenings with friends.
  2. Jul 27, 2012
    70
    Fortune Winds: Ancient Trader is a casual game, no doubts on this. But you will surely enjoy what Legendo Entertainment has done by mixing elements from boardgames and the old rock-paper-scissors.
  3. Aug 24, 2012
    69
    A port too far for this sumptuously drawn indie strategy game. [Oct 2012, p.92]