Space Park

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Ride a rocket to extraordinary destinations across our galaxy. During your travels you will gather exotic crystals that further our understanding of what’s out there. Use these crystals to complete exploration badges and turn them in at the mysterious Outpost 13 to prove yourself as the galaxy’s next great space explorer!


Space Park features a modular board where seven destinations are randomly arranged to form a circle between players. During a player’s turn, rockets will be on three of the board’s seven destinations. These rockets symbolize what destinations are available for a player to travel to. Once a player travels to a destination by performing its action, that rocket moves to the next open destination clockwise.

Destinations feature actions such as gaining a certain type of crystal, acquiring a new badge to work toward, turning in your crystals for Explorer Points, or using your trusty explorer-bot Scout to help out. The player with the most Explorer Points at the end of the game wins.

Designer: Henry Audubon
Publisher: Keymaster Games
Player numbers: 1-4 Players
Recommended Age: 14+
Game Time: 20-30 minutes

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1 review for Space Park

  1. epinema

    In Space Park the game is played on a communal board which is divided into seven locations, placed in a randomised circle; each location has a different simple action; most will allow a player to gain resources, and there will be locations that allow a player to do something very specific like take a card, or trade in resources to build a card from their hand. Cards serve two purposes, firstly points, and secondly, they will either give additional scoring opportunities or abilities, such as reducing the costs of certain types of cards in the future.

    On their turn a player can perform one of the actions that are available under one of the three rockets on the board, after which the rocket on the action they chose moves one step clockwise around the track, giving the next player a different set of actions to choose from. Given how the rockets move, you will be acutely aware of the options you are handing the next player and based on what they’ve been doing, you may have a fairly good idea of what they want to do next; this results in equal measures of trying to achieve what you want to do as much as trying to not hand your opponents what they want.

    The player with the most victory points from Badge cards and XP tokens by the end of the game wins the game.

    There is a bit of luck with the cards that come out, but with that said, the game lasts 20-30 minutes, and the game moves at a good clip with player turns moving fast; everything has been so well stream-lined in this game. Bottom line, Space Park is a delightful, absolutely gorgeous and intuitive game that is great for families or gamers who want a bit of lighter fare.

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