Then you take turns moving any one of your penguins. You can move them in a straight line on any access of the hexagon but can not cross over another penguin. When you have moved you take the tile you started on and put it in front of you. To gain the most fish you want to be trying to end your move on a 2 or 3 fish tile, so next turn you can move and claim it for yourself. As you claim tiles it starts making holes in the board, forcing other players to go around them, or become stranded.
At the end neither of us could move our penguins, so we counted up all the fish on our tiles and it ended up 47-42 to me. Not often I win, but Olivia wanted to play again so we jumped into another game, and that's another story. It plays quite fast, is simple to set up and take down, and takes up very little space to store.
So, What did I make of it, well I went it thinking, this is a simple game, with few rules, should be easy to play and teach, which it is, but when playing I found a surprising depth of tactics and strategy, trying to block off your opponents, thinking ahead so you do not get yourself trapped, sometimes going straight for the big fish leaves you in a worse position so you need to think about your moves, plan ahead and be prepared for what your opponent may do. I really enjoyed playing it, Olivia really enjoyed it, and its not just a kids game, do not let the cute art style fool you, there are plenty of tactics to employ playing this, and with other adults it got a bit cut throat, with my friends gleefully trying to cut each other off on the ice. With the price of some board games today, you cant go wrong with this, the whole family and adults will love it, easy to teach and great fun to play. The RRP of the game is £9.99 you can get it here here, or pick it up in your local Waterstones.