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- Standalone game
- 5 Bang! dice, 30 game cards, Arrow tokens, Bullet tokens, Rules in English and Italian
- For 3-8 players
- Takes about 15 minutes to play
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Unmask and defeat your enemies, keep up with the Indians and challenge your fate to bring your team to the victory! Fast and exciting game play - Based on the BANG! Game System. A very successful game line, with fans all over the world! You do not need BANG! to play.
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The Card Game: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001RU7UNW/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001RU7UNW&linkCode=as2&tag=todmedblo-20&linkId=PTMQ4AT3CH2SJ5TF
- harder to learn. I've had a lot of friends be confused / borderline frustrated learning their first game of Bang
- longer games = more investment, more replayability. Prepare to budget up to an hour for a game.
- more options & slower turns = more strategy. If you like games that you have to think about, the card game is better for this.
- hidden hands / cards = more intrigue, harder to guess people's roles because you can't tell what their options are. If you like the hidden identity aspect, you'll probably prefer the card game.
The Dice Game
- easier to learn, BY FAR. There aren't a hundred different cards to explain, there's just six possible dice rolls.
- shorter games = great for parties, not great for regular gamers. You don't have to ask people to commit to a full hour, dice games generally only take 15 minutes or so. Because of that, don't expect to play this dozens of times with the same friends, it's just not as replayable.
- fewer options & faster turns = easier to keep people's attention. Again, great for parties.
- public dice roles = less intrigue, since people's strategies are pretty obvious. There's also a bigger chance component thanks to the dice rolls, so there's more excitement in the moment (and more shared excitement, since everyone is watching the rolling).
In conclusion, if you're looking for a game to dive into with the same group of thoughtful friends, you're better off with the card game. The dice game is better for parties where people don't want to learn new complicated rules, and families with younger children w/shorter attention spans.
I hope you found this helpful!
So naturally I pumped my friend full of lead because I thought she's a sheriff's deputy trying to pose as an outlaw. Turned out (after the game) she indeed was on my side. Oops, talking about sending deadly mixed signals. Maybe I was a bit too trigger-happy. But oh well, it's the wild wild west after all.
As luck would have it, this move covered up my true identity as an outlaw, and fooled the sheriff into thinking I am one of the good guys, one of his deputies.
The sheriff was almost dead, and I was almost dead too, with a third guy shooting at both of us. I threw a one on my dice, I could heal myself back to 2hp, and take a chance to see if I survive the next round.
But I healed the sheriff instead, "never break character durin an act", as Dr. King Shultz once said to Django (the d is silent), a valuable lesson indeed.
When sheriff rowed his dice, he got a three. And he healed me back to 4hp. "I am counting on you buddy!" Sheriff said to me. "Thanks Sheriff! You are the true hero!" I replied.
Now fully confident that I have enough health, with the big wonderful smiles still on both of our faces. I shot the sheriff dead. The sheriif falls, with such a puzzled look on his face.
Oh the sweet sweet taste of deception and betrayel.
One of my most hilarious board game moment ever.
The rules are simple to learn, took me about 15 minutes to totally get into it. Grab some friends, you will have a total blast!
When a lighter-weight, fast-play game is required, this is the type of game you want to reach for. Just don't expect it to serve in a game-night role and you'll be all set. Given its short play time (the longest game I played lasted *maybe* 30 minutes), and simple mechanics (roll dice > keep or re-roll dice > apply results to chosen target player), this is the ideal game for a medium-sized group of people (4-8) of mixed ages, abilities, attention spans, and gaming interests. I have played it with regular gamer-types and non-gamers, and after a round of play, literally everyone was able to get into it, and figure it out. I have played it with every possible number of players too, and while it works ok with 3 (the rules actually change to accommodate this), the game really starts to shine around 5+, given the hidden-role mechanic. As you might expect, more players increases the game's length, but it's generally short enough that you could potentially play it multiple times in one sitting. That's actually a cool feature in my opinion, since the same could not be said of any of the other games I play. I generally prefer long-haul games with a bit more complexity that last a few hours, but I still really like Bang! precisely because it's *not* that, but is still really enjoyable; it just fits a different role. The one person I encountered out of 20+ who didn't like it was another regular gamer who thought it was too "basic". While this is a valid opinion, the game never claims to be a serious game for "real" gamers. I see it more as a gateway game that can bring non-gamers to the table, or satisfy gamers who are lacking in time and/or space (the box is less than half the size of a shoebox top - travels well!).
So if after reading this, you're still not sure about getting this game, watch a short video review of it on youtube to help make the final decision. If it still looks even a little interesting to you, then just buy it. There really isn't much to lose.
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I didn’t realize this game is another version/smaller version of another game: Bang! —> which, in my opinion, is more fun bc it’s more intricate.Read more
Also, the cards did not fit nicely back into the box once sleeved, which is a bad box design...Read more