You’re shaken awake.
“Where are we? How’d we get here?”
You don’t recognize the person asking you, and worse, you don’t know the answers.
Panicked, you begin to look around. There are two other people in the room looking as confused as you feel. Scattered on the floor are several items, including a laser, and a fire extinguisher. Three closed doors surround you.
Before you can figure out what’s going on one of the doors opens. Behind it is an alien rushing to attack you. The person that woke you grabs the laser from the floor and shoots the alien, vaporizing it.
A light starts blinking on the wall. You notice above the light a sign says “Player 1”. Next to it are signs for Players 2, 3 and 4. All of them with several lights below them, but none blinking.
Then another door opens, behind it a raging fire. You pick up the fire extinguisher and spray the blaze before it burns you all. You notice a new blinking light under the “Player 2” sign.
“I guess it’s some sort of competition.”
You all look at each other, realizing that winning may be your only way out of here. You each grab as much equipment as you can carry and head off in different directions hoping to get enough points to live.
Space Station Disaster is a 30 minute strategic game of building, surviving, and causing problems for your opponents for 2-4 players ages 13 and up.
The Print and Play PDFs are 14 color pages. 5 pages of rules and 9 pages of game components. It is recommended that you use a heavy paper stock for printing the components. In addition to the Print and Play file you will need one pawn for each player (up to 4), one 6-sided die, and optionally a token to mark first player each round. You can use a bag for the room tiles as in the rules or just shuffle them and place them face down.
Print and play files for Space Station Disaster Updated: 9/11/15
Rules (PDF 5 Pages)
Components (PDF 9 Pages)
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