Nicknamed after the board game that looks like a video game, No Game Over It’s the closest we’re going to get to a munchkins based on our favorite characters and accessories. A simplified twist on the idea of using cards to equip our hero with weapons ranging from the sword from Minecraft to the Lancer from Gears of War.
With their own art and names modified to avoid being attacked by a horde of lawyers, No Game Over is one of those card games for the whole family that, due to the simplicity of its rules and the spades generated, will give you great afternoons of fun and nostalgia.
How to play No Game Over
The objective of No Game Over it is to defeat a final boss or to be the last player standing in the game. To do this, we will equip our character with helmets, armor, boots, weapons, special abilities, and monsters that serve as teammates.
On our turn, once we have displayed all the cards in our hand that we wanted to bring down to the table, we will raise a level card to face a curse or an enemy.
The first annoy us by taking lives, forcing us to discard cards, or even making our player disappear. equipment. The second, on the other hand, will be our first step towards winning the game for the rewards we get by eliminating them.
The idea is as simple as adding our life points and equipment to have more power than the enemy card, allowing the rest of the players to throw us. curses or add an additional enemy to force us to flee or lose a life, running out of the coveted prize.
If we win, we get a life and the prize that the letter delivers. If we gain up to six lives, we can fight against the final boss without our rivals being able to intervene. And if we lose all of them, we will continue playing as a ghost, throwing curses and enemies at the rest. Nobody is left out.
A fast Munchkin for video game fans
Without great explanations in each card and rules soft enough for anyone to join the game, No Game Over it’s closer to a game for the whole family than a brainy and deep experience.
The key, as usually happens in this type of game, lies in the chance that marks the cards you draw and the ones your rivals play, so it’s easy to turn around an afternoon of play in which you’ve been knocking for two games and, suddenly, you play another one in which you blow up the rest.
It is part of the grace of a game that does not forget humor with its nice names, references and piques during the game. An experience that you can also expand with a pack of expansion with three more groups of cards.
With additional rules to give you a little more oomph when you’ve got the rest a bit burnt out, these sets based on Nintendo, PlayStation and retro games They are the perfect icing on a cake that, we are not going to fool ourselves, was already quite rich before crowning it even more. A pleasant surprise this No Game Over.
No Game Over- Card Game, Multicolor (0701197944466)