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Hachette Boardgames USA  |  SKU: SMSKT01EN

Sky Team

$29.95 CAD
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Description

Designer Luc Rémond
Publisher Hachette Boardgames USA
Players 2
Playtime 15 mins
Suggested Age 14 and up


Sky Team is a co-operative game, exclusively for two players, in which you play a pilot and co-pilot at the controls of an airliner. Your goal is to work together as a team to land your airplane in different airports around the world.

To land your plane, you need to silently assign your dice to the correct spaces in your cockpit to balance the axis of your plane, control its speed, deploy the flaps, extend the landing gear, contact the control tower to clear your path, and even have a little coffee to improve your concentration enough to change the value of your dice.

If the aircraft tilts too much and stalls, overshoots the airport, or collides with another aircraft, you lose the game...and your pilot's license...and probably your life.

From Montreal to Tokyo, each airport offers its own set of challenges. Watch out for the turbulence as this could end up being bumpy ride!

—description from the publisher

Customer Reviews

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Steve
Great 2 player game

Great 2 player game worth all the attention it gets.

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Cory Penner

Sky Team

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EB
fun little co-op

Simple rules and gameplay, but enough decisions to make it entertaining.

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A.Y.

Not really any storage, but what a beautifully presented game!

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KSH
Easier than actually flying!

A nice two player cooperative game, decent parts and feel. Wish that the ADI and switches were integrated into the board (so that you don't have to add them every time... if you leave them in they fall out and are easy to loose).

But beyond that not many complaints. Is it a realistic Simulation no, is it Simply enjoyable yes.