Now On Kickstarter, An Entertaining New Board Game for Fish Lovers

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Now On Kickstarter, An Entertaining New Board Game for Fish Lovers

November 17
20:26 2020
Now seeking community support via Kickstarter, a fun new card-based board game for aquarium lovers.

Patrik Schneldgen, a content creator and passionate fish keeper based in Denmark, has announced an exciting new crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for his card-based board game. The product, titled “Your Aquarium,” is designed primarily for aquarists and individuals interested in the world of fishkeeping. Boasting 150 different play cards based on real fish species, players can create the Aquarium of their dreams.

“Your Aquarium” is made for the modern fish lover while remaining accessible for the most casual of players to enjoy with their peers. To win each round, players will choose and deal cards — all of which represent different fish, snails, aquatic plants or decorations — in an effort to craft an aquarium collection with the most points. Paired with special bonuses and creative strategies, there is no limit to the number of ways players can plot their path to victory.

With a total goal of $9,416, funds gathered through the campaign will be used towards manufacturing the product, which would start in early 2021. Should the fund goal be met by its deadline of December 11, 2020, early backers of Your Aquarium can expect to receive their game by the end of May 2021. 

Individuals interested in this new and exciting board game can visit the campaign’s Kickstarter page at: 


Your Aquarium is a creative card-based board game made for the modern aquarist or fish keeper. To keep production environmentally safe, Your Aquarium units will be produced using solely recycled materials and wooden components in an effort to keep the ocean free of toxic plastic. Furthermore, the game’s pieces will be reusable and recyclable.

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Contact Person: Patrik Schneidgen
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City: Randers
State: NV
Country: Denmark