Underwater Cities

Underwater Cities

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Play Time:
150 Minutes or Less
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Game Mechanics:
Route/Network Building

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In Underwater Cities, by Vladimir Suchy (designer of Last Will and Pulsar 2849), the players build and develop underwater metropolises by constructing kelp farms, desalination plants, laboratories, and tunnels to connect them.

The heart of the game is a clever mechanism using a combination of action slots and development cards. If played strategically, the players can receive a bonus for the card matching the slot.

Balancing these strategic choices is the key to building the best underwater habitat, allowing humanity to thrive.


  • 1 game board 
  • 180 era cards 
  • 83 resource tokens 
  • 30 domes 
  • 47 tunnel tiles 
  • 16 metropolis tiles 
  • 111 structure tokens 
  • 4 player info cards 
  • 4 player boards 
  • 4 scoring cards 
  • 4 assistant cards 
  • 4 multiplier tiles 
  • 12 action tiles 
  • 1 action cloning tile 
  • 1 era marker 
  • 12 player markers 
  • 8 government contracts 
  • 25 special cards 
  • 35 credit tokens 
  • 1 rulebook

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  • 4
    Underwater Cities

    Posted by Erick Anderson on Jul 14th 2020

    Extremely fun game! It's quite addicting, too. After playing it the first time, I kept using every excuse I could to get it to the table. Fun in solo mode, 2 and 3 player. Haven't tried 4.

  • 5

    Posted by richard on May 31st 2020

    I fun thinker in the vein of TM. It's rewarding to watch your civilization come together.

  • 2

    Posted by Michael Wynn on Apr 3rd 2020

    Without getting deep into it, the theme for this game is extremely shallow. Instead of immersing the player in this underwater fantasy, you'll be wading through its over-abundance of themeless iconography. While it includes some neat, unique domes for your player board, the game is otherwise drowning in cheaply made components. While the underlying economic puzzle might anchor some players, after my few games I'm ready to throw this game overboard.

  • 4
    Great Game

    Posted by Sink on Aug 9th 2019

    Great game!! Similar to Terraforming Mars but the city building is different enough to have both on the shelf.