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EVENT

Sep. 3rd: Unscrewed Board Game

Play test a locally created board game!

Date

Sep 03 2022

Time

2:30 pm - 5:15 pm

Location

Rolling Tales
14263 23 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta
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It's Rolling Tales ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! 

To celebrate we are a hosting a whole month of special events to say thank you for the support so far! Check our events calendar for all the Septelebration shenanigans!

UNSCREWED (Board Game)
2:00PM - 5:15PM

For Ages: 14+, cartoon violence including cartoon blood

Game Master: Chris Cook, game designer of Mean Hyena Games
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Description:

UNSCREWED is a chaotic, cartoon themed battle-royale board game about hatching a scheme and watching it go hilariously wrong! Every round, players fight to be the last one standing by secretly forming their schemes, then watching them unfold - causing tons of crazy chain reactions in the process. Also features unique character abilities, game changing quirk cards, an arsenal of cartoon weaponry, and a hazardous board that shrinks every round.

I'm looking for players to play the game a couple times using the provided rulebook while I observe - taking notes and course correcting in situations where the rules are ineffective. There will be questions afterward and a chance to give feedback. Participants will be entered into a draw to win a free copy of the game when it releases!

Note: The game is in the prototype stage. The core mechanics are finished, but many components are not final quality. Additionally, most of the cards are missing artwork or are using non-final layouts. With that in mind, feedback will be focused on rulebook effectiveness and gameplay polish.

Registration is FREE and required to participate. Click the register button and select one of the time slots.

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