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Detecteam Family: Cheating Champions
Detecteam Family: Cheating Champions
by Blackrock Games, Lifestyle Boardgames Ltd (2021)
Player Count
2 to 4

Player Ages
8+

Playing Time
20 minutes
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Deduction
  • Animals
  • Designers
  • Alexander Peshkov
  • Ekaterina Pluzhnikova
  • Mechanisms
  • Cooperative Play
  • Card Drafting
  • Deduction
  • Family
  • Series: Detecteam Family (Lifestyle Boardgames)
  • Rating: 9/10 from 1 users

    Description

    Today the forest inhabitants hold a sports festival! The crowd is greaeting the athletes. Ready, Steady, Go! But what's the news: the competition is not that fair. Try on the role of detective! Find out who was the only true winner of the race. To know all the details, you'll have to discuss the story with all the animals in the game. After the game you are going to answer a few questions and find out what really happened. Play as a team, discuss the story, and get to the bottom of it!

    This is a cooperative detective board game for the whole family. You will literally piece together the event (connect several cards to get the full picture) and attempt to get it right. After the game you are going to answer a few questions and find out what really happened. Play as a team, discuss the story, and get to the bottom of it!

    The players lay cards in a 3x4 grid out on the table. New cards must be connected to the starting cards like a jigsaw puzzle so that in the end there's a complete picture on the table. The game begins with 2 starting cards placed in the center of the table. Then there is a deck with all the other cards. Players need to lay out the 4 top cards next to the deck pics down.

    On their turns, they need to pick 2 out of 5 cards (1 top from the deck and 4 next to it). Look at them and decide, whether the info on the cards is useful or not. If it is useful, they connect these to the starting ones. If not, discarded. Then it's the nest turn, and so on.
    Players need to discuss the cards to decide

    When the story has come to an end, there should be a complete picture of cards. Players need to discuss the plot to decide on the cards to lay out or discard. After that players should answer 6 questions about the event. Who did that, why, etc. Check their answers with the finishing cards. The team wins when they managed to answer all 6 questions correctly AND laid out the cards with the correct details in the puzzle.

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