2024-02-07 (W) Gravy Shock First playthrough

My fiancée and I played through the game after I explained the rules. She had many pertinent questions, so we ironed out many details. Some cards were unnecessary, so we pulled them from the deck. The damage tracker for each player was confusing because I changed how it worked. Before, players would add a token when they took damage from meteoroids, but I reversed that so a card full of trackers meant undamaged, and flipping it showed "Tow Requested" so other players knew that the cardholder needed rescue. I redrew the cards to say "Ship Status" and "Tow Requested."
Updated after the first playthrough

Files on GitHub.
Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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