Long Live the King is a strategic card game with Secret Identities, Deception, and Murder. The theme of the game is built around the balance of Power in the Middle Ages.
In every game two of the players will be either the King or the Assassin, while the rest of the players’ roles are randomized. The Assassin is trying get enough Might (A card suit) to kill the King, while the King is looking to Accumulate Power(A Card Suit) to maintain control of his Kingdom. Everyone has their own unique win condition and some roles even have a role specific special operation.
During the game you’ll be accumulating resources to achieve your win condition while trying to keep your role secret. You will sabotage others, steal their cards, make trades, and ally with players. It’s a simple game at it’s core that is has an incredible level of layers that you uncover the more you play the game.
The design of this game was inspired by other great secret identity games like Secret Hitler and Coup. We wanted to create a game we could play regularly that inspired table talk, had many layers of game-play, and left you with those memorable win moments. It is fast paced in nature and because of rotating roles, no game is ever the same.
How Am I Weird is a simple, fun party game to play with family and friends, in a group of 3 – 10. There are LIFE cards, COMEBACK cards and blank WEIRDO cards. LIFE cards present situations, sometimes awkward or embarrassing, sometimes annoying or familiar. COMEBACK cards present responses that are weird and wonderful. One person is nominated the Big Weird Chief, and the rest of the players each take 8 COMEBACK cards and one blank WEIRDO card. The Big Weird Chief reads a LIFE card. Each player chooses the weirdest and funniest COMEBACK response, or comes up with their own answer using their WEIRDO card! The person who gives the weirdest and funniest answer wins that round. At the end of the game, the player who has won the most rounds wins the game, and becomes ruler of the universe. Then you should WEAR THE CROWN!
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