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Saboteur Card Game


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  • For 3-10 players
  • After three rounds, the player with the most gold nuggets wins the game
  • Takes about 30 minutes to play
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B000IQC4N2
  • Item model number: 4026ZMG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,661 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
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You and your Dwarven brethren dig for gold in the depths of a mine. Suddenly, a pick-axe breaks and the light from the lantern goes out. The saboteur has struck again - but which of your fellow players is a saboteur? Discover the traitor in your midst while questing for gold in this path-laying card game for 3-10 suspicious dwarves. Sorry, no description was entered for this product. This product is at our remote warehouse and will take a few extra days to ship to you. For 3-10 players After three rounds, the player with the most gold nuggets wins the game Takes about 30 minutes to play 6 x 1 x 4 inches ; 7.2 ounces - 7.2 ounces Manufacturer Recomended Age: 8 - 12 years

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You and your Dwarven brethren dig for gold in the depths of a mine. Suddenly, a pick-axe breaks and the light from the lantern goes out. The saboteur has struck again - but which of your fellow players is a saboteur? Discover the traitor in your midst while questing for gold in this path-laying card game for 3-10 suspicious dwarves.

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Customer Reviews

A great game, lots of fun for groups.
Jeff
The other players will be saboteurs trying to prevent the miners from reaching the gold through a combination of misdirection, deception, and outright sabotage.
Alder Brannin
It's a fun, quick, and easy to learn game.
B. Partridge

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Maria Goodrich on December 11, 2008
I love this game. In Saboteur you and your group are miners (dwarves) collaborating to tunnel to your goal: gold. You lay cards that create the tunnels leading to one of three possible destinations (only one of which has the gold you seek). However, one or more of you may actually be a Saboteur, subtly (or not-so-subtly) undermining everyone else's efforts. In addition to laying tunnels, you may: use map cards to help you decide which destination is the one you want; break or fix other players' mining equipment; cave in sections of the tunnel; or just secretly discard cards that are not useful to your goals.

The game is very quick for novices to pick up, and works wonderfully with large groups (I think you really need at least 5 for it to work well, and the more the better). It reminds me a little bit of the classic Mafia party game, but with some real gamesmanship involved. It's great fun even with a mix of serious gamers and casual (or even slightly confused) participants... everyone seems to get into the spirit quickly whenever I've played. It also moves fast, and you can alter the length of the game by choosing how many rounds you want to play.

Bottom line -- easy, fun, cooperative strategy game (with possible traitors) that's great for a large group; wonderful way to open up a game night
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dunyazad VINE VOICE on May 12, 2011
In many ways, this game has a lot going for it. It's simple to explain, fits into a small box, and can accommodate up to ten players. This alone is enough to ensure that it sees more than its fair share of play time.

The concept is also pretty appealing: Each player is a dwarf working in a mine, digging tunnels and trying to reach gold--except for the ones who are saboteurs and actually want to hinder everyone else's progress. This is a bluffing/deduction game, which is generally my favourite kind: player roles are hidden, so you don't know who's working with you and who's working against you.

As I mentioned before, gameplay is very straightforward. Each player has a hand of cards, consisting mostly of tunnel pieces. On your turn, you play a card and then draw a new one. If you're not a saboteur, you're trying to advance the tunnel toward the three endpoints, one of which contains gold. If the tunnel forms a continuous path to the gold, then the regular miners win. If the deck of cards and the players' hands are exhausted first, then the saboteurs win.

Besides tunnel pieces, there are a few other types of cards that add a bit of variety to the turns. Maps let you look secretly at one of the endpoints to figure out where the gold is, and hazard cards let you hinder the other players: you can break their pick or their lantern, which prevents them from working on the tunnel until the problem is fixed. There are also cards for fixing the broken tools and for destroying part of the tunnel. I should note that I love the artwork on the cards; there are all sorts of cute critters and random objects that bring the tunnel pieces to life.

So, how does it all come together? Personally, I tend to find the game a bit disappointing.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Renbutsu TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 6, 2013
This is the original Saboteur game. I highly recommend the expansion along with this game. The designer tweaked the scoring, introduced more variety of characters, simplified the game setup, and gave us new cards, both path cards, action cards, and cards to attack others. It's really fun during a game, where everyone is screaming "Saboteur!" to anyone that does not place a path card of their liking or in a location of their liking. Plus, this is a game where anyone can play, easy to explain how to play, the only hiccup is the expansion does make it more confusing on the character role cards.

The game is based on someone in the group of gold diggers being a possible saboteur. On the way of playing cards on a surface, each player may be suspicious of the other as they all connect paths closer to the end where the potential gold is hiding. The game is a lot of fun and easy to teach. The expansion is a must though, but slightly more confusing to teach to first timers.

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Alder Brannin on November 8, 2009
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Saboteur is a fun game for a group of people that know each other well, as well as a good ice breaker for new acquaintances. The game is fast, simple to learn, and does well with larger groups.

Most of the players will be on a team as miners trying to lay down cards to build tunnels that will eventually reach the gold at the end. The other players will be saboteurs trying to prevent the miners from reaching the gold through a combination of misdirection, deception, and outright sabotage. The only trick is-- no one knows what team any of the other players is on! The most fun part of the game is trying to figure out the loyalties of your fellow players.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LMM on March 30, 2010
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Saboteur is a great game to play with a group of people. It's different every round you play, so you're not stuck being a "good guy" or a "bad guy" for the whole game. There is also always one extra card every round, so you never really know for sure who is who.

The game itself: You are either a "good guy" trying to reach the end goal, or a "bad guy" trying to cause trouble and keep that from happening. The game seems to be easier for the "bad guys", but it really all depends on the cards you are dealt, so I guess it could go either way. All in all, a fun, interesting game!
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