Discover 1001 Islands (Man, that's a lot of islands) by Ludonaute
Publisher Ludonaute has announced a 1001 Islands, a reimagining of 2013's The Little Prince: Make Me a Planet, by designers Antoine Bauza & Bruno Cathala, sporting a new theme and new illustrations by Marie Cardouat.
1001 Islands is a tile-placement game with an interesting twist. The active player will draw a number of tiles equal to the player count, select one to play on their board, then pass the remaining tiles to the player they want to go next. This continues until the last player takes the remaining tile and becomes the active player for the next round. The tiles themselves come in two flavors: one is end-of-game scoring conditions (referred to as Dream tiles) while Island tiles have icons on them that determine how many points you score per Dream tile. But be careful, if you collect too many tiles with genie lamps, you’ll have to flip some tiles over robbing you of those vital scoring options.
1001 Islands supports 2 – 4 players, ages 7 and up, with an average play time of 30 minutes. It is currently available for pre-order from Asmodee with an expected release date of August 2022.