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Interesting to me as game designer because you would never think an arcade game could be adapted to a board game. The mechanics are better than expected and the asymmetric gameplay is actually cool but overall the game is boring (especially for the centipede player) . I've never played the 2v2 variant but I have a feeling that it could actually be decent
Very good and a nostalgic throwback to the past when I dropped quarters into slots for electronic entertainment. "Collector's Edition" with the patch.
This could have been a great solo game. As it is, it house rules into a pretty fun solitaire game. Two player or solo it plays better with way less mushrooms at the beginning. Less is more (sometimes). I hope it's reworked as a solitaire game.
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In Atari’s Centipede, 2 or 4 players venture into the world of the classic Atari arcade game. On one side, a Player controls the Gnome, exploring the forest and trying to defeat the Centipede.
On the other side, the Centipede player, eager to destroy the Gnome, must wiggle their way to the other end of the board.
The Gnome Player rolls and spends their dice to perform actions, while the Centipede Player uses a deck of cards to spawn Fleas, Spiders and Mushrooms, trying to control the game board.
The first Player to eliminate their opponent wins the game!
2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players
30m – 45m
Anthony Amato, Jonathan Gilmour, Nicole Kline
Dice Rolling, Grid Movement
Video Game Theme