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Mafia City game can be played by up to 10 people
10-08-2018, 08:43 AM
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Mafia City game can be played by up to 10 people
One group, game gangster playing Fairies, wanted to help her correctly guess what word was printed on each of the beautifully illustrated cards in the bed-shaped deck box sitting in the middle of the table. The others were Boogeymen, and they earned points every time they could trick her into making a wrong guess. The most perplexing role was the Sandman, sometimes helpful and sometimes deceptive because he benefitted by having an even distribution of right and wrong guesses at the end of the two minutes each Dreamer is allotted.

The game can be played by up to 10 people, with all the roles changing at the end of the Dreamer’s turn. Stepping in, I found that the Fairies have it easiest. They work together as a kind of helpful chorus, and are only ever put on the spot when they have to think of a synonym. Duplicate words aren’t allowed at the table.

Deceiving the Dreamer, though, requires real skill. Players going too far afield of the good advice of the Fairies will just be entirely ignored, so you want to provide clues that are plausible but lead the Dreamer down unhelpful paths. A group of Boogeymen working together can be particularly successful by providing chains of bad clues that seem to be hinting at a theme.

The biggest challenge all around seemed to be avoiding cheering when the Dreamer guessed the way you wanted, since that would tip him off to what side you’re on. The demo ended just one turn before I had my chance under the blindfold, so I’ll have to wait to test my own deductive skills.

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