Fish Cook is a simple Euro-style board game in which players take the role of chefs. The game is divided into several "days" that have two parts: Morning and Evening. In the morning, players buy ingredients from the fish market and farmer's market; in the evening, they cook recipes and earn money. The strategy revolves around buying ingredients as cheaply and efficiently as possible, in addition to stealing the good ideas of your fellow chefs.
Players must supply: Money (Minimum denomination $1) and at least 12 6-sided dice
Money, in denominations of 1, 5, and up, enough for about $250 per player
Twelve 6-sided dice to represent fish
(Optional) six more 6-sided dice for rolling the Farmer's Market
Counters in six colors matching the six ingredients (about 30 of each, or print the counter sheets included in the free to print list)
One token or pawn to represent the Chef
A spare die or some other means of tracking the day (1 to 5)
Paper box for cards of the official PnP game version, 7x10 cm, pdf file, v. 1.0.
Box can store about 40-60 cards, depending of their thickness. Use several boxes for some games.
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This tuckbox holds unsleeved Fish Cook cards. It has been made for the purchased version of the game. Enjoy!
Edit: When printing, make sure it prints at "Actual Size" otherwise your cards probably won't fit correctly.
This tuckbox holds unsleeved Fish Cook cards. I make my cards a bit thick, so you may have some extra room in the box if you print them on thin paper. The design is based on the Cheapass Games boxes of old. Welcome back, Cheapass Games!