We Didn’t Playtest This: Legacies Card Game

September 2, 2013 - Comment

ASN0016 We Didn\\\’t Playtest This: Legacies Card Game By Asmadi Games Players: 2-15Playing Time: 10 minutesAges: 12 and up You may be familiar with our very silly card game We Didnt Playtest This at All. It is silly, quick, and fun. We have an interesting idea on how to expand it: designing a version of

ASN0016 We Didn\\\’t Playtest This: Legacies Card Game

By Asmadi Games

Players: 2-15
Playing Time: 10 minutes
Ages: 12 and up

You may be familiar with our very silly card game We Didnt Playtest This at All. It is silly, quick, and fun. We have an interesting idea on how to expand it: designing a version of Playtest that benefits from you writing on the cards!

What is new about Legacies cards (compared to original We Didnt Playtest This at All cards) is they contain a slot for Owner and a picture. When you win a game of Playtest: Legacies, you claim ownership of the last card you played, by writing your name in the Owner box. FOREVER. If you own a card, you ignore it if it ever tells you that you lose.

Playtest: Legacies will be a full stand-alone game (60 cards plus mystery packs).

Product Features

  • This is a standalone game
  • For 2-15 players
  • Fast to play with tons of replay value

Comments

C. Strieby "Chrlyn" says:

This will go in your permanent record think about who you play this with, names will be written permanently on the cards. are you later going to play with someone you wouldn’t want to know you’d been playing with them? just keep this in the family, till there is a divorce, then you’ll have an issue. better keep it in the immediate family. and for crying out loud don’t let your teenage daughter’s emo boyfriend play or she’ll cry everytime she plays sees his name and she’ll start cutting herself again…

Stephen Lester says:

Ridiculous and insane fun! I got this based on the recommendation on Amazon from Cards Against Humanity. It is nothing like CAH, but is still crazy fun. Some people at our party thought the game was stupid, but then they soon wanted to play because they saw how much craziness was ensuing. It’s not about score or points, or really who even wins. It’s more about the ridiculous ways a player can lose (or win).

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