I mean, if I could have a dinosaur zoo, I'd have a dinosaur zoo. Who wouldn't? I'm sure there's people out there, but I dont' associate with them, because I don't need that kind of negativity in my life. If you're like me and you want your own dinosaur zoo, then Draftosaurus from Ankama is a game that's right up your alley.
From the announcement:
Published by Ankama, Draftosaurus hatched brilliantly at the International Games Festival in Cannes! Funny and dynamic, the first creation by the Kaedama team scored points with the public, captivated by more than just the game's simplicity of setup. An archetypal family game, Draftosaurus is now available in stores.
Roubaix, March 18: Does creating zoos reserved for dinosaurs sound familiar? That's the challenge awaiting you in Draftosaurus! But because your competitors have the same goal, get ready to slip up!
The goal of the game is to fill up various pens, spread across a colorful, clearly understandable board. Each pen meets specific conditions: With your six dinosaur meeples in hand, hatch a clever strategy… that could quickly crumble, because after playing one of your dinosaurs (the draft), each player passes the remaining dinosaurs to their neighbor! Not to mention the die that imposes random requirements on everyone… Adapt to defeat: That's the hard law of Draftosaurus, interspersed with laughter and whooping.
The famous Kaedama team (Antoine Bauza, Corentin Lebrat, Ludovic Maublanc, and Théo Rivière), formed in 2018, created this game that already promises to be a further success for Ankama Boardgames.