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Is Don’t Get Stabbed fun to play?

Is Don't Get Stabbed fun to play?
Don’t Get Stabbed
Players: 3 – 5 players | Game Duration – mins | Min. Age 20+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Card Games, Horror Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Don’t Get Stabbed about?

Don’t Get Stabbed! is a party game where you get to kill your family and friends! … for pretend of course. It’s inspired by horror movies of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, but is light-hearted enough for everyone to enjoy. The ultimate Halloween game!

It can be played by 3 to 5 players. There’s a killer (the most evil person in your group) and victims. When all the victims are dead, the killer wins. Victims win by escaping.

Many of these cards feature classic horror movie tropes, perfect for horror fans. The artwork and gameplay of this game are awesome.

Even though it looks cute, it’s got stuff your kids probably shouldn’t watch.

We take turns drawing cards. Victims who get three Stab Cards die! Action Cards can help them avoid getting stabbed. For a chance at escaping, they can use Combo Cards. The killer has special powers, though. If the killer draws a Stab Card, they can put it back anywhere they want. Killers can thwart victims’ efforts to stay alive with Action and Combo Cards.

I really liked this game after the first few rounds. Initially it seemed a little boring, but once we started being more malicious with our cards, it got a lot more fun. While I was the killer, I killed my entire family, but when I was the victim, no one could kill me. A little luck, some strategy, a lot of fun.

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