Top positive review
Game is great, art is great!
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2018
EDIT: I have changed my review to five stars as I was contacted by Bezier Games and they were kind enough to send me a legitimate copy to replace the counterfeit one I got from Amazon. Their customer service is second to none and I'm so glad that they've dealt with the counterfeit issue so other customers won't get the wrong impression of an excellent game from an excellent company!
Original review remains below, in case anyone else got a bad copy:
I hate giving this game a low rating because for playability and fun it is fantastic! A very fun game and was a hit with all the high school students I convinced to play, even the reluctant ones. The art is really nice, too.
However, the components themselves are cheaply-made and lack quality control. All the game contains are role cards and circular role marking chits, printed on thick, rigid cardboard. A good idea for a game that is very hands-on, but the quality of the cardboard used isn't very good.
Upon opening the box many of the cards were already floating around inside, but then the ones that were still attached to their sprigs weren't cut all the way through and I had to use a blade to cut them as cleanly as possible. Even so a couple of them suffered small tears to the back-side (before I noticed the problem, oops) which marks the cards, not good for this kind of game at all. A few of the cards also had indentations running through them that mark the back. The circular chits were misaligned pretty badly - this didn't affect gameplay but the back sides had the names right on the edges. After playing this game fifteen or so times I've noticed that the printing is rubbing off of the cards, which is a bummer since the art was the real highlight (since you can essentially play the same game using any other cards to identify roles).
So, again, a very fun game and totally worth playing -- the mobile app makes it dead simple and we enjoyed the non sequiturs thrown in -- but it would be nice if the components were at least plastic-coated to prevent wearing.