Is Evil Robots fun to play?
Players: 3 – 9 players | Game Duration 30 – 60 mins | Min. Age 12+ | Game complexity:
Genre: Card Games,Print & Play,Science Fiction
Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No
What is Evil Robots about?
Video chat and in person play are equally possible with Evil Robots, a social deduction game for 2 to 9 players. A regular coin per player is used, as well as 18 robot cards and 18 power cards. An alternative is a free web-app.
Each round takes a few minutes. During the round, players flip a coin to determine if they’re Good, Evil, or Neutral, and then try to figure out if Good or Evil is likely to win.
Each robot has its own unique ability and is rated 1-9 for power. Despite being more valuable, higher powers act earlier in the game with less information. Lower powers act later in the round with a better understanding of the Good vs Evil landscape, but they must resort to trickery or collusion at the end.
The winning team earns points, and then starts a new round with new cards and alignments. If one player reaches five points, the game ends. Having proven their ability to form a powerful quorum of robots, they are the chosen leader as the robots prepare to merge their consciousness.
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