Research & Explore Earth’s Biomes In Renegade’s Card Game Subastral

April 15, 2021 by fcostin

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Last year, we saw a beautiful card game entitled Stellar, this took players into the deep and dark corners of space in the shoes of a stargazer. Building a night sky visionary with planets, stars, black holes and much more. Players would compete to earn the most points as they calibrate their telescope, jot down in their journal, and create a breathtaking celestial scene.

Subastral // Renegade Game Studios

Now, Renegade Studios will be back with the ecological hands of Ben Pinchback and Matt Riddle, as they have now designed Subastral - where we take our eyes off of the stars and take a closer look at the different biomes on the planet earth.

During the game, 2-5 players become researchers towards eight significant biomes on the earth. Ranging from the tropical rainforest to the arctic tundra. The aim of the game is for your research notes to be superior to your opponents. And how might you do this? Players will need to interact with "clouds" in the middle of the table, draw cards to gain research, and ultimately become clued up on the biomes on the planet to earn the most points.

Subastral // Renegade Game Studios

As the players will need to continuously draw, adding cards to their own deck from different piles and storing them into a journal, eventually they will hit the "game end" card to complete the round, and give all players a choice to tally up their scores in their journal. Providing the person with the most sufficient research within their journal to be the winner.

There is not too much released just yet on the new and upcoming game, however, I am looking forward to seeing the similarities of game mechanics between Stellar and Subastral, along with other features such as engagement with different terrain in biomes, when it hits retail in June 2021.

I am all for one learning about the earth we live in, so I am extremely keen to put my researcher hat on, to see what the world has to offer through the draw of the cards.

What do you think of this scientific concept? 

"During the game, 2-5 players become researchers towards eight significant biomes on the earth. Ranging from the tropical rainforest to the arctic tundra. The aim of the game is for your research notes to be superior to your opponents. And how might you do this? Players will need to interact with "clouds" in the middle of the table, draw cards to gain research, and ultimately become clued up on the biomes on the planet to earn the most points. "

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