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- Title may vary as Terror In Meeple City or Rampage as show in the images
- Dexterity-based gameplay
- Special power-up cards
- Family fun game experience
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
From the Manufacturer
The buildings in Meeple City are comprised of floor tiles and meeples, with the meeples serving as pillars that support the floors. Each monster, which consists of a wooden paws disc and a wooden body, starts in one corner of the game board. On a turn you take two actions from four possibilities, repeating an action if desired:
-Move: Pick up your monster body, flick the paws disc, then place the body back on the disc. -Demolish: If your paws are on the sidewalk surrounding a building, you can pick up your monster body, drop it onto a building, then collect any floors that have no meeples on them. -Toss a vehicle: If you're in a neighborhood with a vehicle, you can pick up the vehicle, place it on your body, then flick the vehicle at a building or another monster. -Breathe: Even while away from sidewalks with no vehicles, you can cause destruction by placing your chin on your monster's body and blowing across the board.
After your two actions, you can eat unprotected meeples on the ground in your neighborhood, but you can eat only as many as the number of teeth you have. If you knock another monster to the ground, you break off one of its teeth, thereby keeping it from stealing your food!
You score points for eating meeples, collecting floors and teeth, and for achieving the goal on your character card. In addition to the character card, each player has a power card and a superpower card unique to his monster, with the former lasting the entire game and the latter being a one-shot effect that's revealed only upon use.
From the Manufacturer In the game of Terror In Meeple City players each control one of the four monsters and their objective is to cause the most damage to the city while eating the Meeple citizens. Each turn consists of choosing two actions to complete. These actions include: Movement, Attack a Building, Hurl a truck, or Monster Breath. Eating Meeples does not take an action, however, players are limited each turn by the number of teeth their monster has remaining. The game ends when the buildings are destroyed. Buildings, Meeples eaten and the Other Monster's Teeth are worth points. To be victorious, players will need to use a combination of dexterity, planning and luck.
Top Customer Reviews
To set up the game, you place down "meeple" (little wooden people) on rectangular building foundations, stack a building floor (cardboard) on top of the meeple, put down more meeple, another cardboard floor, more meeple, and another floor. One of the main goals of the game is to knock these "buildings" down and eat the meeple with your monster.
During your turn you get to perform two actions from the following list:
* You can move your monster around the board by flicking a round puck representing its feet with your finger.
* You can drop the body of your monster on a building, but only if your feet are touching the sidewalk around the building.
* You can set your chin on the head of your monster and blow with one lungful of breath to knock down buildings.
* You can pick up a vehicle, set it on your monster's head, and flick it at something.
The board is divided into neighborhoods of different colors. When you knock a meeple into a neighborhood your feet are touching, you can eat them at the end of your turn. If you knock all meeple off the floor of a building, you capture that floor and expose the meeple beneath it. Meeple are safe as long as they're touching a building square or the sidewalk around it. If you knock a meeple off the board entirely, it escapes and goes onto a side scoring board with spaces for rows of meeple. The monster to fill a row of meeple on the side board suffers a penalty, and if you fill the whole board (or knock down all the buildings) the game ends.Read more ›
It took us about one round to get the hang of it then the game moves fast. You are being impacted every turn so there is little downtime between turns.
Each monster gets a Character (victory condition), a Power (ability to use each turn if you want), and a Secret Super Power (use once but way more impactful). There are decks of each so it looks like no game feels like any other. The Powers are fun and really change things up.
When you first get this prepare to do about 10 minutes of stickering and sticking. You get faces for each meeple, but we didn't bother up front.
This is a fun alternative to King of Tokyo -- this has very little luck (cards dealt and "gravity") and not much strategy. But both have the Monster thing going.
Setup takes only a few minutes if all players pitch in. Out of the box, there are stickers to apply to monsters and vehicles, and bases of buildings to secure with adhesives. Take time to follow the instructions and do this properly, particularly with the center piece. Then you must construct the floors of all of the buildings using the meeples as supports. These are the same size and shape as those from Carcassonne.
If you really MUST win, there is varying strategy depending on whether you choose to play with effects of groups of colored meeples escaping. You score points by eating meeples, and you get bonuses for certain sets. You also get cards that grant your monster unique abilities during the game, similar to King of Tokyo, except in this game you don't buy them. To eat meeples you have to expose them by dropping your monster onto a building, throwing (flicking) a vehicle into it, or placing your chin on your monster's head and blowing a gust of air. Crazy. Meeples can only be eaten if they are exposed and in your area of the board. Any that leave the board "escape" and might cause bad stuff to happen. The game ends when the entire city is trashed down to the rubble.
I usually don't like dexterity games, but the nostalgia factor definitely works for me in this one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a really fun game. We had some friends introduce us to this game and I decided we needed to get a copy for ourselves. Read morePublished 22 days ago by radinplaid
Great game, fun for most ages. I play with a 9 and 5 year old and they both can get involved and have a great time.Published 1 month ago by Satkizzle
Such a fun and unique game. Other than the box, this is the exact same game as "Terror in Meeple City". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Law
A new spin on board games makes Rampage a hilarious one to play. It may seem to be on the "childish" side, but I play this with friends in their 20s and we all enjoy it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scuba
We wanted to like this - really we did. We've taken it out but never completed the game. In fact, truth be told, we've hardly gotten very far with this and we have had it over a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JB knows
The husband and are are big board gamers. I thought this one would be awesome. No, it's very kiddie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Abbey
This game is a blast. My copy (1st edition title rampage) did not come with meeple stickers. But i found them at Boardgame geek for a total of 10 bucks. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris
The rules are confusing and complicated and there are a ton of pieces with different elements that are a pain to set up. One bump and it can ruin the game. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Allinson