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Clair Laurel, US Waysons, US. There are weapons and abilities to enhance your ability to shoot, but there are certainly times when you are restricted in your ability to use Bang!
The only real negative I saw in this game is that it seems to be tailored more towards larger groups. The first time I played with 4 people, the minimum number for a game, and because of that we had fewer roles to choose from in the game.
We only had one Sheriff, two Outlaws, and one Renegade, meaning no Deputies were included. This made the game less strategic and I found myself wanting to see how the Deputies affected the outcome.
In addition, the distance restriction is very low for 4 players because you can always hit two players and then you only need a slight boost to get to the fourth player.
I found myself enjoying the game a lot more the next time I played it, when we had 6 people. The game included a Deputy which added strategy to who the Sheriff shot, and the ability to shoot everybody in the game was much more limited.
I recommend the game for anybody who likes mid-level strategy games and the ability to shoot your friends in the face… metaphorically, of course.
Disclaimer: This game has adult themes and is meant for players 18 and up. Do not buy this game for children and then get mad at me that it is inappropriate.
Please and thank you. Another Kickstarter funded game that takes a popular comic series and warps it into a fun, ridiculous, and inappropriate game came into my life last week.
The game is very similar in gameplay to Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples. You have a set of 7 cards, there is a judge that rotates clockwise every round, you play a card facedown and the judge chooses which card is the winner.
The differences are fairly straightforward, but are important to the flow and style of the game. For starters, the cards are all single panels of a comic that you use to form a complete strip with two other panels.
The first panel is drawn from the draw pile, the judge places the second panel either before or after the first one, and then each player other than the judge chooses a panel to place at the end, completing the strip.
This means that there is only one deck of cards, rather than two like in CAH and Apples to Apples, and each one is meant to be paired with other cards to form the final joke.
Because each card is suited for a different situation, there are a huge number of possibilities and directions you can take when playing a card.
At first when I read my cards I assumed there was no way I would be able to use some of them, but sure enough a round came along where they were the perfect fit.
In addition, the fact that the judge gets to play one of the cards is a huge positive in comparison to CAH and Apples to Apples.
The judge actually gets to shape the story the way they see fit, which can very quickly add to the hilarity.
This is an issue that comes up with any of these games, but the times when everything is a dud seems more noticeable when shown in comic style.
In addition, the game seems to be a lot better in small groups. Ultimately this is the type of game you want to have for get-togethers, parties, and alcohol related shenanigans if you are the type for that.
I once again want to stress that this game is not one you want to be playing with or around your kids, but when you have a group of fun loving adults it is a great game to have in your collection.
So, without further ado and in no particular order: SINGLE PLAYER GAMES Solitaire 1 player - There are a lot of different types of solitaire, so as long as you have a deck of cards you have plenty of possibilities!
Well, better late than never I suppose. I put some more work into this version, using stickers and glue instead of trying to photoshop everything into a single low-res photo, and ended up with a pretty great result: I even made a logo to use for the boxes and all of my online accounts!
A few highlights from the game testing: 13 players attended, giving us the ability to play 3 separate games with 4, 4, and 5 players.
In preparation for the game, I ordered 5 prototype boards and printed out playing cards. Below are a few pictures of the board and the pieces!
Game Title: Bang! The roles and their objectives are listed below: Role Objective Sheriff Must eliminate all the Outlaws and the Renegade, to protect law and order Outlaw They would like to kill the Sheriff, but they have no scruples about eliminating each other to gain rewards!