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- For up to 4 players
- Unique theme
- Not for the weak-willed
- Standalone game or can also be an expansion to Lunch Money
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Beer Money is the long-anticipated 110-card sequel to the frenetic Lunch Money card game. Beer Money is designed as stand-alone game that can also be mixed in with a Lunch Money or Sticks & Stones deck to accommodate up to 8 players. Like Lunch Money, Beer Money combines evocative images with the raw dynamics of a merciless street fight. But Beer Money ups the ante with weapons like Beer Bottle, basic attacks such as Knuckle Sammitch, defenses like Suck It Up, and specialty cards including Pound of Flesh and Pile Driver.
The pain just keeps on coming when youre playing with Beer Money!
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"Like Lunch Money, Beer Money combines evocative images with the raw dynamics of a merciless street fight."
The promise of merciless street fighting and evocative imagery? I can't say they don't deliver as promised. Unfortunately, the "evocative imagery" doesn't seem to be realted to the game in any way. The pictures on the cards are of a teenage girl in a white dress and Doc Martins wandering angerly through a mysterious forest. Maybe I just don't get it, but shouldn't they have something to do with a bar fight?
Not only does the "evocative imagery" completely clash with the concept of the game, but it also makes it difficult to play. The pictures are printed in extremely muted tones, so it's hards to see what color the cards are supposed so be when you're trying to play. Teaching people what the different color cards do when they can't see the colors is hardly a way to get them excited about the game.
It's really a wonder how something so unrealted to the game could be printed in such a dominating way on every card. Everyone in my group hates this game so much and it's based strictly on the photography and poor design decisions of the deck. With no one to play with, I'm out twenty bucks.
I guess I'll have to use my "Suck It Up" defense card to live down this poor purchase.