Game Review: Hollywood

Posted by Jim {Power Gamer} | 23-May-14 | 2 comments

Hollywood closeup

In Hollywood players take on the role of different film studios recruiting talent with the goal of making award winning films over the course of three years (each year being about 10-15 minutes of play time). Recruiting talent happens in a variety of ways. Players start with one star talent card and will then each get seven basic talent cards that they will pass around as they draft one card at a time with the goal of creating combinations for completing movies. Then there is a final round of bidding where players will get one more star talent card.

After that it’s time to put your movie combinations together and see how much money you’ll make, and who’s movie will get the Film of the Year Award. Make the most money over the course of three years and you’ll be the winning studio!

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Comments (2)

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Veteran Grader
Paladin
Strategist
Junior

The artwork, mechanics, and premise for this game appeal to me. I’m reminded somewhat of Eye Level Entertainment’s movie-themed game, Flat Acting. Very different execution, of course, but I can’t help but think of one when I think of the other. I’ll definitely have to pick this one up when funds permit.

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Mask of Agamemnon
Paladin
The Gold Heart
Cooperative Game Explorer

A different game.

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