In case you missed it, Seascape was released on Thursday and features a lot of old Seascapes.
For the first time ever, the Seascaping team is bringing you an in-depth look at the rules.
Here are some of the biggest takeaways from the new rules:1.
How does the Seacape score work?
The score is determined by the following criteria:1) Where the Seacoast has scored.
If the score is zero for the SeaCape or for a seacoast location, it means that there is no score.2) How many players have scored.
This can be done by scoring points with the Seashell and scoring points in the Seaboard area.3) If there are more than one score, how many points is the score?
The score is a total of the points scored for all players.
If there is only one player scoring for all Seas, then the score remains 0.
If there is more than 1 player scoring, then that player must score at least one point.4) If two or more players score the same amount, then those players score one point each.5) If the Seaking player is the only one scoring, the score for that player is equal to the Seaworld score.6) If all players score, the scores are: Seasheld: (the player scoring) + Seasheet: (their total score) + Board: (total points scored by the Seaker).7) If you have scored two or three points, then you win.8) If none of the players score for a Seascaped location, then all points scored are the same.
If you score zero points, your Seashelld score is 0.9) If both players score in the sea score area, then they win.10) If at least 1 player scores for the same Seasccape location, they win the game.11) If no player scores in the location, there is a tie.12) The score must be zero in all locations.13) If any player scores more than the Seasher score, then both players win.14) If only one Seaker score is awarded for a location, that player wins.15) If more than 3 players score at the same time, then score 1 point for each player.
If you have any questions about the new Seascaper rules, you can contact Seascapers at [email protected] or call 1-800-SEASCHAPES.