Pack de 3 jeux de cartes GOODMAN GAMES.Description éditeur :Scavenger Hunt Scavenger Hunt is a hilarious card game in which the ravenous predators of the savannah out-sneak, out-wit, and out-fight each other in a bloody battle to acquire the most animal carcasses! Each player controls a scavenger, sending them out to ...

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Pack de 3 jeux de cartes GOODMAN GAMES.

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Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger Hunt is a hilarious card game in which the ravenous predators of the savannah out-sneak, out-wit, and out-fight each other in a bloody battle to acquire the most animal carcasses! Each player controls a scavenger, sending them out to retrieve tasty vittles to bring home to the lair for leisurely consumption. Be the best carrion-eater you can be!


Game design optimized for anywhere from 2 to 6 players
Each player controls their own carrion-eater as they battle over the prey animals of the Savanahh
Event cards and Skullduggery cards add excitement and intrigue to the game
Win by stealth, speed, or strength!

If you find the behavior, locations, or diets of the creatures depicted within this game too unrealistic, put these rules down and go back to watching Animal Planet. No animals were harmed or carcasses devoured in the creation of this product.

Game Designer: Gunnar Hultgren
Illustrators: Brendon and Brian Fraim
Graphic Designer: Alvin Helms

World Championship Dodge Ball
Dodge ball was the world's most popular sport from 1969 to 1979, ahead of both baseball and soccer. Sadly, the sport could not maintain its popularity. By 1981, the International Federation of Dodge Ball closed its doors for good. But in back alleys and third-world arenas, dodge ball still thrives. The former leaders of the IFDB went underground, organizing secret dodge clubs in major cities throughout the world. Gone are the elbow and knee pads -- and there certainly aren't any helmets! The black-market dodge clubs are where the real fans gather for a serious, bloodthirsty sport. Walk in and smell the sweat... see the bloodstains... and prepare yourself for afros, wide lapels, and bell bottoms. On the underground, nothing's changed since 1981.

It's that time of the year again: the best teams have made the playoffs, and the World Championship is about to start. The top players have come from around the world: Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Lima, Sao Paulo, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Phuket all have ballers in town. Though gone to the public, dodge ball is certainly not forgotten. It's time for World Championship Dodge Ball! Screw fame and fortune - you're here for BLOOD! Put on your shorts, inflate the balls, and remember: HELMETS ARE FOR WIMPS!


Rapid-fire dodge ball action for 2-4 players in 10-15 minute games
Hilarious card assortment based on dodge ball's heyday in the 1970s
Deck-building strategy based on assembling a team of top dodge ball competitors
Once play begins, it's a game of speed and skill where you try to counter your opponent's throws while simultaneously making your own

Geek Wars: Battle for the Con, Deck 1: RPG Gamer

This hilarious 2-player card game pits geek against geek in a tongue-in-cheek battle for control of Jim Con. Each deck has a different "army" with inside jokes that every gamer will love. Look for cards like "Always Plays the Cleric," "Didn't You Know There's a 5th Edition?", and "The Lake Geneva Sucker Punch." The first player to take over Jim Con wins!

What is Geek Wars?

Geek Wars is a hilarious line of card games that chronicles the battles of geekdom. Each Geek Wars deck is based on a different kind of gaming geek: the role playing gamers, the tabletop wargamers, the collectible card gamers, the LARPers, those people who wear furry costumes, and so on.

Regardless of which geek is profiled, every Geek Wars deck is compatible. You can pit role playing gamers against wargamers, LARPers against furries, or Trekkies against card gamers! Each deck has its own unique set of cards, with special abilities, different troops, and funny options not available in other decks.


Fast, fun one-on-one game play
Hilarious card assortment that will make every gamer laugh
A deck-building strategy game
Only one deck is needed to play, or you can use tournament rules for multiple decks
Cross-deck compatibility -- you can pit role-players against wargamers, or card gamers against LARPers
More decks in the works -- look for Deck 2: Tabletop Wargamers coming soon

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