||Domenico Di Giorgio
|| daVinci games
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Werwölfe von Düsterwald, Die
Werewolves of Thiercelieux, The
Werewolves of Millers Hollow
Are You A Werewolf?
De weerwolven van Wakkerdam
Les Loups-Garous de Thiercelieux
Since 2001, the most original Werewolf game!
Werewolves haunt the secluded village known as Tabula: every night some villagers turn into werewolves and slaughter an innocent victim to satisfy their hunger. Surviving villagers gather every day to discuss the problem: at the end of the discussion, they lynch one person among them, thinking he could be a werewolf. Can you survive the massacre? Can you solve the mystery of the full moon?
A game for large groups that is already a classic. To win you need the intuition of a detective... or your best poker face!
This new luxurious edition includes:
- Deluxe oversized cards featuring original characters
- Updated high quality game components
- Special Ghost rules that allow everyone to play until the mystery is solved
- A new 8-player moderator-free variant
- And, of course... The Werehamster!
- 24 character cards
- 1 Summary card
- 22 Ghosts
- 2 Werewolf evidence cards
- 24 voting tokens
- 1 “Welcome!” token
- 1 “Wise Old Man” token
- 2 blank cards for your own creations
- 1 rulebook
The boxed edition of this funny party game is truly above standards; for a few bucks, you have an outstanding deck of cards that you can use to manage games with up to 23 players! The Italian daVinci, after the deserved success of Bang!, hits the bull's eye again!
I have always liked interactive games where players attempt by persuasive arguments to convince/deceive others into taking (or not taking) certain actions. Lupus in Tabula is clearly in this category and me - I can't wait until I can assemble a party of fifteen so that we can include the Werehamster.
(Derek Carver, "Counter")
Lupus in Tabula is a variant of the classic Mafia/Werewolf game that's been played at parties for the last decade or so. It's very well produced and tries to correct some of the game design issues with the original game, and overall looks like the best high-quality edition of the game currently on the market.
Werewolf is a tremendous game with terrific results, not to mention an excellent study of people. The daVinci version of the game (Lupus in Tabula) is the best one I've seen; and for it's price, you will certainly get your money's worth. Lupus in Tabula is one purchase that has paid for itself dozens of times over and provided hours upon hours of enjoyment!