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48 out of 88 gamers thought this was helpful

There is not much to this game, the story doesn’t come through in the game play, and the cards were showing ware after three plays. That being said I had a good time playing this game. I only played the base adventures, but all l you are ever doing is flipping a random card over and then rolling a dice. This it’s the first “deckbuilder” I’ve played that actually punished you for playing as many cards as you want due to having a max deck size and when your deck runs out you die. Overall I will never ask to play this but if the group wants to play I’ll tag along.

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Chicken Caser comes with a board, tokens, and cards, but it’s your group that brings the game. You collect insignia by being elected into offices, and at the end of the game the more matching insignia you have the more coins/VP you get. All the while you and your fellow countrymen are attempting to balance the tax rate against chances of getting eaten by the fox. Each game runs about 30min-1hour. The systems in this game are merely there in instigate the real fun though. Almost everything is decided by a vote so, negotiation, bribing, and deception run rampant. Due to the games light theme stabbing someone in the back while trying to prove you are **** of the walk brings out laughter as opposed anger. I’ve played this game with someone who doesn’t like Werewolf because they fell they are getting picked on and even they had a good time. I’m never disappointed when I bring this game out even when I’m getting slaughtered. That being said I can see this game getting broken if everyone tries to “math” their way through every vote. I can also see that, like Lifeboats, this game could cause arguments. Overall if you like games like Battlestar Galactica, Werewolf, and The Resistance, Chicken Caser is a must buy.

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