A Hungry for Humans egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 5 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 10 - 30 perc. A társast, 12 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni.
Hungry for Humans is a scrumptious card game for 2 - 5 players set against the backdrop of beautiful West Virginia - the one place in the world where the food is delicious...
Hungry for Humans is a scrumptious card game for 2 - 5 players set against the backdrop of beautiful West Virginia - the one place in the world where the food is delicious enough, the people are friendly enough, and the landscape is majestic enough to take the edge off any monster’s human hunger.
Each player (or human) has a monster friend. Your monster loves you and protects you from becoming dinner for other monsters. But it’s still a monster and will gladly eat you if you don’t feed it enough of our delicious human food. To keep the monsters at bay, the locals have been kind enough to deliver the best cuisine they have to offer to your buffet in the wild.
Each round, players will draw dishes from the Buffet and submit one dish from their hand face down to each meal. Players then choose their monster’s hunger level in secret. Once each player has submitted a dish and selected their monster’s hunger level, the meal will be revealed. Now players can play Instant cards which can affect other monsters and dishes in the meal. After the Instant cards are resolved, the meal will be totaled and the hunger levels are revealed. The hungriest monster will eat the meal - adding or subtracting the meal’s total from their power level. Players set their used hunger aside, draw back up from the Buffet cards, and a new round begins.
Players will win if their monster becomes the most powerful by sitting at exactly level 20 at the end of a meal. But be careful, if your monster goes over 20 it will be too powerful for this world and explode, leaving you to become a human corn dog for all the other monsters. And if its power gets too low? It becomes very "hangry" and will act on its human hunger by devouring its human friend.
—description from the publisher