Anarchy has successfully created, funded, and delivered several hilarious and fun games now, and Pretending to Grownup promises to continue that tradition.
The game itself is a casual, fun game for two to four players (up to eight if you combine two decks) ages thirteen and up. A game plays in about 30 minutes. This is a perfect game for people who don’t like heavy, intense games, and also as a palate cleanser between games on a long gaming night. Not only is the subject something just about everyone can relate to, it also features wonderful, delightful art. And Unipegasauruses.
In a challenge, the player with the highest score on their card gets to keep all of the cards as points. Each card is worth a point, and the first player to twelve points wins the game. If the player to the right rejects the challenge, the active player gets to keep her single card as a point. This adds a nice bluffing mechanic to the game as well, as a player can potentially score with a low card if they are a good bluffer!
You can get in on the campaign for just $8 for a digital print and play version. Upping your pledge to $20 will get you a full game (and all stretch goals) delivered to your door. Other tiers include multiple decks, as well as deals on Anarchy’s previous games (Drinking Quest: Journey Into Draught and Haiku Warrior, both games that I’ve covered here before). I can highly recommend any of Anarchy’s games, so if you haven’t yet gotten on board this train, now is a great time to snag all of his games at a great price.
This post was last modified on December 13, 2017 10:45 pm
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