Bezier Games One Night Ultimate Alien Game
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- In One Night Ultimate Alien, your village has been invaded by extraterrestrial beings
- For 4 to 10 players, ages 8 & up
- Plays in 10 minutes
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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The 10 Minute Party Game that's Different Every Time
One Night Ultimate Alien changes things up, with variable role powers that change each time you play, thanks to the free app that runs the night phase.
Press a button on the free app, and it walks you through the night phase in minutes. Then you have five minutes to discuss what happened at night, and figure out who the werewolves are! If you find a werewolf, you win…but If you don't, they win!
The Free App for iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire
One Night games come to life with the amazing free app, that's just as easy to use as the game is to play. Select the cards you have in the game, press play, and the app walks you through each game…with an irreverant attitude and a lot of charm.
Meet the Good Guys
The Oracle is asked a question by the app, and how she answers has an effect on the rest of the game! She might decide to change teams, view a player's card, or even be granted the ability to keep her eyes open at night!
The Cow is very, very sentitive to Aliens, so much so that if they are sitting next to at least one Alien, they get tipped…they can use this information to help the village figure out who the Aliens are.
The Psychic gets to view one or two cards of different players, but is told which players (or range of players) she can view by the app…what she views is different each game.
Meet the Bad Guys
They don't come in piece. Rather, they're all about conquering, and who knows, maybe even adding 'Villager' to their home planet's menu! Each game they get a new power to help them with their insidious plans to conquer the village…and then the Earth!
The Mortician lives in the village, but hey, he's got to make a living, and he's really really lazy. The solution? Accuse his neighbors of being Aliens! If one of his neighbors dies, he wins (he gets new business and doesn't have to travel for it)!
Yes, the Blob is a terrifying gloop of green sludge that absorbs other players into his slimy mass. But on the good side, he wins if everyone he's absorbed stays alive at the end of the game, so how bad can he be?
In one night ultimate alien, strange beings from the heavens have infiltrated your small village, bringing fearsome futuristic technology and an insatiable appetite for both villagers and cows. Fortunately, the village has many powerful inhabitants, most of whose goal is to save it from the alien invaders. One night ultimate alien is a fast game for 4-10 players where everyone gets a role: the scary technologically-advanced aliens, the all-knowing leader, the tippable cow, or others, each with a special ability. In the course of a single evening, your village will decide who among them is an alien... because all it takes is finding one alien to win!
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1. Each player is given/selects a role.
Different roles have different win conditions, such as Synthetic Alien needs to be "killed" to win; the Mortician needs the player on the right or left of them to die in order to win, etc.
2. Start the app and follow the instructions.
3. Accuse, deny and cause doubt to the different roles active that session.
4. Everyone votes.
5. Player with most votes is "killed". In the event of a tie, all tied players are killed.
EASE OF PLAY:
+ No teaching necessary, other than each player understand their role as an alien or as a villager (and the overall steps I outlined above).
+ Takes less than five minutes to learn. Perfect for a gateway gamers or non-gamers without feeling like you need experience board gaming to do well.
+ The app does all the heavy lifting (not that there really is much).
Launch the app and follow the instructions.
+ Rounds last 10-minutes tops.
+ Nice thick tiles!
+ Good cardboard tokens
+ Free app is a must and works great on a phone or tablet!
+ Love how the app even adds in some humorous interludes to the session (see pic).
> The alien theme works, but isn't great. The Synthetic Alien dying to win didn't make a lot of sense to us.
+ The tipping the Cow role is a fun addition.
+ The makers say you can mix this with the other games (Werewolf and/or Vampire) and the app makes this very easy to do. Though I don't know why you'd do so as that may break the theme in Werewolf or Vampire and vice versa, but it's nice to have the option.
-- This failed for us when players got confused which role they were supposed to be playing. Players need to really pay attention to their role and pay attention to the app's directions. Minor mistakes can blow an entire round.
-- Experience with bluffing games and being able to respond immediately to accusations (and with a straight face) does help players.
+ Love the app!
NOTE: Reason the app asks you to move your tile around at the end, is so that if someone had looked at your tile then you wouldn't notice it had moved or changed position when you opened your eyes.
It is a fun game of bluffing and accusation, but we find Resistance and Coup much more engaging, strategic, and laugh-out-loud funny. We've played this game with 4 and 5 players. It may be a lot more fun when we get into larger groups, as I've heard people have a BLAST with large groups with the other games in the series. Meaning there could be more for larger groups with this game too.