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Spanc ("Space Pirate Amazon Ninja Catgirl")

4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Life is good when you're a Space Pirate Amazon Ninja Catgirl. Enjoy a life of larceny and mayhem as you embark on one Caper after another. Defeat every challenge the galaxy throws at you, from the Friendly Guard Puppies all the way to the Fiendish Death Trap. Pick up Toys (and the occasional Poolboy), grab more Loot than anyone else, and watch your tail . . . because the other catgirls want what you've got! Lovingly illustrated by Phil Foglio (GreedQuest, Strange Synergy), SPANC is a fast-paced card game of space pirates, ninja, amazons, and catgirls. All at once. 108 full-color oversized cards, counters, rulesheet, and dice in a 6" x 9" box.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.3 x 6.2 x 1.8 inches
Item Weight 1.1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
Manufacturer recommended age 14 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #711,126 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#7,513 in Toys & Games > Games > Card Games
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4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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The creator of this games is simply said... a genius. His use of play on word antics to add satirical value to the already funny card faces is impressive. The game play and pace is smooth and enjoyable with any number of friends. It is well adapted for larger groups or just two for a romantic night or first date activity. Nicely done Steve Jackson.
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To start, I love Steve Jackson Games, but like Ninja Burger, I was not originally inclined to pick this game up. My fiance, then girlfriend, told me that we should pick it up because it looked fun. Since she did a good job suggesting I pick up Ninja Burger, I did not hesitate.

When I got the game, my first thoughts, when looking at the art, was this looks fun. I was not wrong.

Like Ninja Burger, you go on missions and have items, but that is basically it. Instead of having a player that represents you, you have a crew of Cat Humanoids (I don't say Cat Girls, because that is an actual skill in the game, and I don't want any confusion). You get to choose which girl is the captain of your Cat Humanoid crew.

Each round a.k.a Mission, Challenge Cards are laid face-down. First player then flips over the first Challenge, and chooses a Cat Humanoid to complete that Challenge.

Completing Challenges is based on rolling on two dice your skill level, based on the skill the Challenge requires.

If a player completes the first Challenge, the player then flips the next Challenge Card for all to see. The player then can choose to continue to the next Challenge with that same Cat Humanoid, or end his turn, so he can choose a different Cat Humanoid to complete it on their next turn.

If a player fails a Challenge, the Cat Humanoid attempting the Challenge is knocked out, and all Cat Humanoids attempting that Exact Challenge on his Crew will get a plus two bonus. If a Captain is ever knocked out, the crew gets a negative one for the remainder of the mission.

The first player to complete all the Challenges beats the Mission, and gets two loot and one item.
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