One Night Ultimate Werewolf

One Night Ultimate Werewolf

Product #BEZONUW

Regular Price: $24.99

Special Price: $17.79

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Manufacturer: Bezier Games

One Night Ultimate Werewolf is a fast game for 3-10 players in which everyone gets a role: one of the dastardly Werewolves, the tricky Troublemaker, the helpful Seer, or one of a dozen different characters, each with a special ability. In the course of a single morning, your village will decide who is a werewolf... because all it takes is lynching one werewolf to win!


One Night Ultimate Werewolf is a microgame of the party game Ultimate Werewolf that doesn't need a moderator.

Contents:
12 Character Tiles
16 Character Tokens
Rulebook with Detailed Role Descriptions


Ages: 8+
Players: 3-10
Game Length: 10 minutes



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Reviews

Fun party game
Got this game last year for halloween and it was a big success.

Pros:
Nice components
Large variety of roles to play
quick and fun games, rounds can take a few minutes

Cons:
Game goes very quick (I recommend playing several rounds)
You need to play with the right people (outgoing and interactive people)

A fun game of buffing and lying to your friends!
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Review by marcin on 10/26/2015
Don't blame me, I didn't eat the villager
This is a fantastic gateway game. My gaming group plays tons of awesome strategy games, and lots of dice chuckers, and that's a blast. But when I go to visit with family on the holidays, it's difficult to get them to try anything much deeper than Uno or Apples to Apples.

Games like ONU Werewolf work great, though! The game is designed around encouraging table talk, and there's always a bit of hilarity when people get accused of being a werewolf because they can't keep a straight face. On top of that, it's a really quick game, so you can get a few rounds in, then play something else, and come back later.

I love the app, and I don't think I'd be as crazy about the game if it didn't exist, even though the game would still be perfectly playable. (I used the iPhone version, but I'd assume the Android version is just as good.)

I haven't tried the expansion yet, but I think I'll pick it up soon.
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Review by Jesse on 9/25/2015
A Game that Doesn't Last One Night
One Night is a game that focuses around secret roles with different unique abilities usable during the "One Night". Using the information you learned you must then deduce who the Werewolf is among the group, or trick the Villagers into voting for someone else. This game gets better the more people you add without slowing down the game.

I will admit full heartedly that without the app I wouldn't have rated it nearly as well, but the sheer amount of replay ability this game offers has brought it back to the table time and time again. While the price at first was a bit much even for me given what the game includes (about 20 cardboard cut outs) the fact that I am still playing it with my family after 3 months has definitely earned its keep.

While the game might not be for everyone, for anyone who likes simple and clean bluffing games that play in less than 7~ minutes, this is definitely a must buy.
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Review by Bestdragon3 on 9/23/2015
Fast paced and antic filled role based game
One night ultimate werewolf is a fun role based game for any gamer and even better for new gamers.

This iteration uses an app (ios or android) that moderates the game for players allowing everyone to jump in and play within minutes.

Your goal is to find who the werewolf is while assuming the role of one of many villagers each with a different ability. Will you be the drunk, the seer, the trouble maker, or the werewolf itself! And soon enough fingers will be pointing as people try to figure who is really the werewolf.

There are 2 drawbacks to the game. First is the app, it is possible the app may not be supported in the future. Second is the cost. There are not a lot components and it cannot justify the cost. It seems they've built the cost of the app into the physical cost of the game.
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Review by Wireframe on 9/15/2015