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Deep Sea Diver
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Store:  Family Games
Theme:  Nautical/Aquatic
Genre:  Cooperative
Format:  Board Games

Deep Sea Diver

List Price: $26.00
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Ages Players
8+ 2-4

Designer(s): Jim Deacove

Manufacturer(s): Family Pastimes

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Product Description

A real-life adventure game about diving for treasures & other discoveries! Maybe an ancient wreck. Maybe a flight recorder of a downed aircraft. But watch out for black-tipped sharks and menacing barracuda. You need team work to plan the dive, share equipment, get each other out of trouble and to divide whatever treasure you bring up.

Product Information


  • Board 13 x 18 in
  • Diver Cards
  • Danger Cards
  • Treasure Cards
  • Equipment Tokens
  • Air Tank Tokens
  • Pawns
  • Glossary of Diving Terms

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4 in 2 reviews

Fun, Fun, Fun
February 20, 2004

My seven year old really likes this game.

Using math you can pretty much plan your dive if you get lucky with high oxygen tanks.

The suspense comes in when you hit the danger cards and do you have the equipment necessary to get out of a situation or to get the treasure.

That's the other thing, what treasure will you get? Sometimes it can be a run to surface again.

We change the rules when we agree upon it to make it more interesting. It's about invention. Also, it's pretty cool when you pool your equipment together.

Needs additional rules - but not bad
January 20, 2003

With a few house rules allowing for multiple dives, this game is okay. Our family allows a diver to return to the surface, draw some more air tiles and head back down to retrieve more treasure. However, once the equipment is used, there is no replacing it. The game is all right for what it is - nothing special, but a way to spend some time together.

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