From the publisher's website: "The most aptly named game ever! In this exceptionally silly and awesome game, your objective is to win! Simple enough. Sadly, all of your opponents have the same simple goal, and they're trying to make you lose. Between Rock Paper Scissors battles, being eaten by a random Dragon, or saved by a Kitten Ambush, there are many hazards to avoid." Play Summary / Nov 15, · The goal of We Didn’t Playtest This At All is to win and you win the game by not losing (i.e. staying in the game as others get eliminated until you are the last player left). We already know the one rule of the game, but let’s take a look at a few of the things that can happen when you play cards in this silly, large-group game.
The games are so short that you have so little impact on your outcome in the game. One thing that all good board games share in common is that they are thoroughly playtested in order to discover issues with the game and try to make the game as balanced as possible. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. One thing I question about the game is replayability. With only 54 cards you might only get around games before you will repeat cards. Your email address will not be published.
With how random the game is I wonder if it was actually playtested. The game relies entirely on luck and is completely unfair. The game is pretty funny when a player plays a completely random card that has unintended consequences. When you play a card you follow the instructions on the card. There is a card where all of the players automatically win. The text on a lot of the cards are also surprisingly funny. The completely random events that come up can be hilarious. One thing that all good board games share in common is that they are thoroughly playtested in order to discover issues with the game and try to make the game as balanced as possible. A player wins the game either by playing a card that wins them the game or by eliminating all of the other players.