Asmodee & Space Cowboys Return With New Edition of Jamaica

October 14, 2021 by fcostin

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Tabletop Games have been getting new editions super quickly recently. With even as little as a year or two after the initial game release, some game publishers have been known to announce a second edition as soon as players have found a gap in the game or a missed opportunity.

Jamaica - Imaeg One

Jamaica Front Box Art 2021 // Asmodee Publishing & Space Cowboys

Providing a new edition for the 2007 title Jamaica, Asmodee Publishing and Space Cowboys has announced that they will be returning the popular rum-drinking pirate adventure to the tabletop after all these years. Bringing back Jamaica with a Second Edition, but keeping the game's original creators close by to grow and develop the beloved title before release in November.

Jamaica was a really fun game back in the day, and certainly chimes nostalgia to me, I remember the fun myself and my family had, as we played across this table when I was younger. 2-6 players will set out into the open sea, dating 1675, they would hunt far and wide in a fuelled race to complete a challenge of success by the legendary Captain Henry Morgan.

Jamaica - Image Two

Jamaica Back Box Art 2021 // Asmodee Publishing & Space Cowboys

The second edition is coming with brand new box art to upgrade into the new and modern way we do board games nowadays - upgrading from a treasure chest to some beautiful character artwork, and is going to be reprinted in many languages for gamers worldwide to enjoy. The games rules have been updated, providing a revised and streamlined game system that has served the test of time to improve.

No price for the new edition of Jamaica has been announced yet, so it is more than likely players will need to wait a little closer to the release date in November to get hold of the newest edition.

Did you play Jamaica? Are you excited about a new edition?

" 2-6 players will set out into the open sea, dating 1675, they would hunt far and wide in a fuelled race to complete a challenge of success by the legendary Captain Henry Morgan... "

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