Shipping Rates & Policy
Get $$ Cash and up to 50% More $$ Store Credit for your trade-ins ! Below are lists of merchandises GOB is Buying.
Role-Playing Books & Box Sets
Board Games Consingment
Magic Singles & Bulk Collections
Minis (D&D, Clix, Warmachine, etc)
Visit our stores to sell or trade your used games & entertainment items.
Game Room Rules
GOB Retail is located in Clawson, along the border between Oakland and Maccomb counties in the state of Michigan. A near northern suburb of Detroit. The store is in near
proximity to the cities of Royal Oak, Warren, Hazel Park, Madison Heights, Troy, Sterling Heights, Ferndale, Detroit and Berkley and reasonable drive from numerouns other communities,
including Southfield, Rochester Hills, Rochester, St. Clair Shores, Roseville, Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Township, Clinton Township, Shelby Township, Utica, East Pointe, Beverly
Hills, Birmingham,Pontiac, Oak Park and Waterford. The store is just 1 mile east off of I-75, which makes it easily accessible from further out via connections with I-696, I-96 and M59.
GOB Retail carries all the major brands and likely a bunch you have never heard of as well. Here are just a few:
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/html/gobretail.com/gamerreward/ComicCSSGamerReward.php:305) in /var/www/html/gobretail.com/gobretail-ecom/CookieStart.php on line 5
Search for Board Games, PuzzlesPlease Fill out criterias for games you're looking for below, then Click Search Button.
Product DetailTrails of Tucana Board Game
|Our Price : $24.99 |
Out of stock at the moment.
2-8 Players,   |
I want to Tag this Game
Trails of Tucana is a flip-and-write game from the creators of Avenue and Doodle City that is quick and easy to play, but has enough depth to entertain gamers.
Each player is given a map of the island Tucana, showing its villages and important sights. The positions of the villages are randomized for each player, so every game will provide a unique puzzle.
Each turn, one player flips over two terrain cards. Each player must draw â€” on their own map â€” a trail between two neighboring spaces of the shown terrains. Gradually, the trails will grow into a network of roads. Players score points by connecting matching harbors, and by connecting sights to harbors. Being the first to connect a pair of harbors provides bonus points.
To add depth to the game, there are varying distribution of the different terrain cards. Mountain cards are for instance rarer than desert cards, so it would be harder to build a trail through a mountain range or over water than through desert or forest. Players need to take this into account when planning their routes. And they should maximize the probability that they will be able to make use of any combination of terrain cards that may come up.
Buy "Trails of Tucana Board Game" For Only $24.99
Out of stock at the moment.