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Darrington Press to Release Uk’otoa Board Game in Q1 2021

Uk'otoa (Darrington Press)Darrington Press has announced their first game release set for the first quarter of 2021. In Uk’otoa, players will try to keep their sailor factions alive as the leviathan tears apart their ship and gobbles up the crew. The game is for three to five players, ages 12+, plays in 30 to 60 minutes, and will carry an MSRP of $29.99 when it arrives in Q1 2021.

From Darrington:

Battle for life and death on the high Lucidian seas! Stay one step ahead of the consuming wrath of Uk’otoa, the Great Leviathan, and scheme against other factions to be the last sailor standing.

All sailors fear the tales of Uk’otoa, the all-seeing Great Leviathan beneath the sea. Its nightmare portents have come to pass—the beast has you in its serpentine clutches. As the toothy maw of Uk’otoa ravages your ship, you’ll have to run, push, and sacrifice others to win!

This flagship title from Darrington Press is a tactical game of semi-cooperative card play where factions of sailors vie to be the last claimed by the raging sea leviathan Uk’otoa.
Uk’otoa is the first official board game developed by the Darrington Press team—a fast-paced, enthralling game of thrilling nautical adventure from the world of Exandria (as seen on the webseries Critical Role), for gamers everywhere.

Uk’otoa is a must-have for fans of tactical card play, map-reduction board games, and legendary-sea-creature enthusiasts.

Hexes are placed on the board to represent the wreckage of a destroyed ship, and they are progressively removed as they are consumed by the dauntless Uk’otoa. Players take on the roles of two factions which they share with their neighboring players, and they use cards to best position their two teams to survive. Each card in a player’s hand carries immersive, gorgeous art and easy-to-understand icons depicting the movement it provides.

Uk'otoa Contents (Darrington Press)

Jeff McAleer

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