Yes, it's another hefty production from Herr Rosenberg. The theme is growing things, but this time the setting is Iceland. The players use heated greenhouses to produce vegetables that are unusual to the country, but that will be attractive to tourists. Thus they only have a brief period – the tourist season – to sell what they've grown.
As you'd expect, the heart of the game is placing workers to take actions, notably planting and harvesting crops – plus adding more greenhouses. However, you win the game is by getting your 'manager' pawn furthest round the perimeter track. Which requires produce of specific types in increasing numbers.
At first glance, this all seems quite straightforward. However, the competition between players makes things tricky. Luckily, there are different ways of achieving your goals, just don't chop and change. With lots of neat wooden vegetable pieces, the game is a treat.
For 1-4 players, aged 12+, playing time 30-60 minutes: £45.00 (£37.50 without tax outside the EU)