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Saboteur Card Game

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Category
: Kids & Baby  >  Toys & Others  >  Puzzle & Board Games
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Dimension (Length x Width x Height)
: 4.00 x 15.00 x 15.00
Weight(KG)
: 0.30

Product Description


In this semi-cooperative game, you play dwarves digging for gold in the depths of a mine when suddenly, the pick-axe breaks, and the lantern goes out. The saboteur has struck again! But who is the saboteur and will he (or they!) stop 
you from reaching the treasure? If you succeed, gold awaits you. If you don't, then to the victor goes the spoils. 


Whoever has the most gold nuggets after three rounds is the winner.

What others say about this product:

“My wife and I play a lot of card/board games with our friends and this particular game is one of our favorite party games. It isn't hard to understand and teaching it is a sinch. However, I feel like there are too many map cards for less than 6 players. Everything we play the game starts with like 4 map cards thrown down, which is frustrating if you are a saboteur. Anyways, good game, lots of fun and we consider it one of our favorites”

“We originally played this game with a couple of friends of ours. We bought it as soon as we left their house. We started playing with 4 players but since then has played up to 8 players and it was just as fun. Some in my family do not enjoy playing card games, but they liked this one. The rounds are fast enough so it doesn't seem like it's lasting forever. It goes by fairly quickly and you never know when the game will take a turn. You may start playing with friends and by the end you may have some enemies, as this game may involve stretching the truth a but. It adds to the fun of the game: really getting in to the character of a saboteur.”

“Super fun, portable game. You don't need to be able to read to play this game, but you do need to know how to match up pieces (like you might need a card that has a tunnel on the bottom and the left-side, but none on the right-side (or vice versa if you turn the card upside-down). So kids that have good spatial sense should be able to play. And it's fun for adults, for sure.”

https://youtu.be/FNTesrTLh4I


In this semi-cooperative game, you play dwarves digging for gold in the depths of a mine when suddenly, the pick-axe breaks, and the lantern goes out. The saboteur has struck again! But who is the saboteur and will he (or they!) stop 
you from reaching the treasure? If you succeed, gold awaits you. If you don't, then to the victor goes the spoils. 


Whoever has the most gold nuggets after three rounds is the winner.

What others say about this product:

“My wife and I play a lot of card/board games with our friends and this particular game is one of our favorite party games. It isn't hard to understand and teaching it is a sinch. However, I feel like there are too many map cards for less than 6 players. Everything we play the game starts with like 4 map cards thrown down, which is frustrating if you are a saboteur. Anyways, good game, lots of fun and we consider it one of our favorites”

“We originally played this game with a couple of friends of ours. We bought it as soon as we left their house. We started playing with 4 players but since then has played up to 8 players and it was just as fun. Some in my family do not enjoy playing card games, but they liked this one. The rounds are fast enough so it doesn't seem like it's lasting forever. It goes by fairly quickly and you never know when the game will take a turn. You may start playing with friends and by the end you may have some enemies, as this game may involve stretching the truth a but. It adds to the fun of the game: really getting in to the character of a saboteur.”

“Super fun, portable game. You don't need to be able to read to play this game, but you do need to know how to match up pieces (like you might need a card that has a tunnel on the bottom and the left-side, but none on the right-side (or vice versa if you turn the card upside-down). So kids that have good spatial sense should be able to play. And it's fun for adults, for sure.”

https://youtu.be/FNTesrTLh4I


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