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- A fast-paced game of deception and betrayal
- Beautiful wooden components
- Solid game boards with foil inlay
- Hidden roles and secret envelopes for five to ten players
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Each round, players elect a President and a Chancellor who will work together to enact a law from a random deck. If the government passes a fascist law, players must try to figure out if they were betrayed or simply unlucky. Secret Hitler also features government powers that come into play as fascism advances. The fascists will use those powers to create chaos unless liberals can pull the nation back from the brink of war.
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A lot of people have left great reviews on the gameplay though, I just wanted to mention the amazing quality of this game. I've been playing the print and play version for awhile, and grabbed the real version as soon as I could. The components are awesome. The game boards are embossed with gold overlay and the policy cards are thick cardboard to prevent any bending or creasing that could give away information after multiple games. Even the president and chancellor placards are wood and labeled amazingly well. I usually am pretty disappointed in component quality of games, and I can honestly say this has greatly exceeded expectations.
For those that don't know the actual game, this is a social deduction game, where some players are Fascists and more players are Liberals trying to get their party's laws passed through government. The catch is that the Liberals don't know who the Fascists are. And if the Fascists get too many laws passed, they can try to elect Hitler, who is also hidden, into power as the Chancellor.
Many people liken this game to Resistance, which is a proper comparison. The thing that sets it apart is the policy deck, which can throw off a lot of arguments. For example, it's possible to draw all Fascist laws in a round and not have any choice. But it also adds an extra layer of lying, as a good Fascist President can discard a Liberal law and claim they drew all Fascist. The arguments that can ensue from this are some of the best I've had playing any game, and it's caused the game to be a favorite among my family.
If you enjoy social games, this is worth adding to your list. Don't be concerned about the name, as some people are. It does nothing to play on what Hitler actually did aside from trying to rise to power.
This game has a print and play version available, and has a Creative Commons license, but the purchased game is beautifully made. I especially like the gold foil that is used on the game boards, and the wooden President and Chancellor office plaques. This game was funded on Kickstarter.