Ultimate Werewolf: Deluxe Edition (2014)

Ultimate Werewolf: Deluxe Edition (2014)

Product #BEZ1402

Regular Price: $24.99

Special Price: $17.79

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Manufacturer: Bezier Games

Your quiet little 16th century village has suddenly become infested with some very unfriendly werewolves...can you and the other villagers find them before they eliminate everyone?

Ultimate Werewolf is the ultimate party game for anywhere from 5 to 75 players of all ages. Each player has an agenda: as a villager, hunt down the werewolves; as a werewolf, convince the other villagers that you're innocent, while secretly eliminating those same villagers each night. Dozens of special roles are available to help both the villagers and the werewolves achieve their goals while thwarting their opponents.

This set has everything you need for the best Ultimate Werewolf experience possible, whether you're playing with a small circle of friends at home, a huge gathering of gamers in Niagara Falls, or as an engaging team-building exercise at the office.

This Deluxe Edition contains a bonus expansion - either the Wolfpack or the Hunting Party.

Contents:
18 Different Scenarios
80 Fully Illustrated Cards
Moderator Scorepad
Comprehensive Game Guide


Ages: 13+
Players: 5-75
Game Length: 30-90 minutes



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Reviews

Great party game but have a backup
Werewolf is a classic party game of bluffing and deduction. At the start of the game, players are assigned secret roles with the most common being werewolves and villagers (and one player being the judge/referee). Every round, all the players close their eyes and the werewolves then open their eyes and pick a victim. Then all players open their eyes and the victim is announced by the referee and leaves the game. Then everyone votes on who they believe to be a werewolf and discuss back and forth until there is a majority. Obviously, the werewolf players want to lead the villagers to choose an innocent villager. The player chosen is then removed as well. Play proceeds until there are either no more werewolves or there is only one villager left.

Werewolf is best with a fairly large group to make the deduction and voting more interesting but can be played with a minimum of four (plus a referee). The biggest downside is the downtime for any player eliminated. Once a player is out, there is nothing for them to do so its best to have some other quick games around once a few players are out of the game.

Ultimate Werewolf adds quite a few new roles that can shake up the game and add more strategy. The card artwork is nice and the components are solid. While the game can certainly be played without cards (as it is a classic party game), there is a enough to like here to make it worth paying for a premium but be aware of the issues with player elimination.
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Review by Weatherwax on 11/10/2015
Okay party game!
Fun party game of buffing, deduction and lying to your friends! Can be played with a huge group of people, however that is also the biggest downside. After you get eliminated from the game you are out and just sitting and watching. This kind of sucks, as with huge groups you can wait a very long time to start a new game. When you are the first person out it really really sucks!
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Review by marcin on 10/26/2015
Great Party Game
You want to talk about hours of fun, deception and intrigue. This game has it all. I have bought several copies over the years. The only downside to this game is that you need so many people to really enjoy it, but if you have a large gathering, a family reunion, college reunion or any get together that has 10+ people you can make it memorable with this game.
Can you find the werewolves that are killing the villagers?
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Review by Jeremey on 9/18/2015