A Collusion: The Card Game egy kiváló társasjáték, 3 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövidebb, csak 30 - 45 perc. A társast, 12 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. Kooperatív jellegű, a játékmenet erősen épít a váltakozó képességek és a memória mechanizmusokra.
A contemporary variation on the classic game of Clue (Cluedo) crossed with the Trump-Russia collusion scandals. It is simultaneously humorous political satire and yet an engaging...
A contemporary variation on the classic game of Clue (Cluedo) crossed with the Trump-Russia collusion scandals. It is simultaneously humorous political satire and yet an engaging fully playable game with more complexity than the original.
This card and board game contains many new innovations such as an action-point based system of movement between locations, the requirement that other player-suspects be subpoenaed with an action point (and the ability of other players to resist being moved by subpoena), and the Pardon Power--the ability to pardon the the guilty suspect to alter the game's logic mid-game. The game is played both collaboratively and competitively with other players.
Each player is a Special Agent on a FBI team investigating clues at potential crime scenes from New York and Washington to London and Moscow. Each player is assigned one of eight suspects to tail around the world, and also has subpoena power to summon one other suspect each turn to a potential crime scene.
Players use logic to separate out the merely scandalous from the criminally scandalous, and work to bring an indictment against the correct suspect in one scandal at one scene. The indictment must be correct, or the team will lose the game--and the country.
Ideally, you would like to be the first Special Agent to discover the correct indictment, but any agent on the team can win for the good of the country.
Remember, the clock is ticking. If the team makes Donald Trump too angry, he might exercise the Pardon Power. And if the investigation drags on too long, then all will truly be lost...
—description from the publisher