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Dungeon Bounty
Dungeon Bounty
by Noble Pig Games (2020)
Player Count
1 to 3

Player Ages

Playing Time
5 minutes to 20 minutes
  • Card Game
  • Fantasy
  • Designers
  • Aaron Camponi
  • Theo Peters
  • Mechanisms
  • Cooperative Play
  • Hand Management
  • STR-04 Solo Game
  • Move Through Deck
  • Artists
  • Aaron Camponi
  • Family
  • Traditional Card Games
  • Rating: 8.2/10 from 5 users


    "The once profitable mines of Altair have become overrun with the most sinister of beasts. Miners, knights, and sell-swords have all fallen at the claws of these foul creatures. With the Kingdom of Yule already on the verge of bankruptcy, the King cannot afford to lose control of these mines. No amount of death can stop his desire to retain his power.Lucky for you, your reputation as a Bounty Hunter has earned you a chance to prove your worth. Capturing criminals has been easy, surely your unique skill set will transfer to killing beasts. The King is willing to empty the last of the kingdom's coffers for the heads of these creatures. Will you fall amongst the treasure and corpses of the cavern or slay your enemies to claim your due glory?"

    Dungeon Bounty is a fast paced hand management game designed to be played with a single standard deck of playing cards. On each turn, players flip two cards from the deck (dungeon). If the cards are a 1-10 of clubs (weapons), diamonds (gemstones), or spades (spells), the player chooses one to add to their play area. Face cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) are the bounties, the creatures you are hunting, and when they pop up as one of the two drawn cards from the dungeon, you need to defeat them using your attack power from weapons and spells. The more bounties you collect, the higher your score.

    If you are unable to defeat a monster, they do damage to you, reducing your strength, which is represented by the 1-10 of hearts. If you are at 1 strength and are damaged by an enemy, you lose. If you manage to stay alive, the game ends after two trips through the dungeon. After you've depleted the deck the first time, you shuffle the discard pile and play through the deck a second time. Compare your score to the scoring guide and see your destiny.

    —description from the publisher

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