3m - 30m
2 - 5 Players
Stack dice on your forehead, bounce dice into the box, knock down a meeple surrounded by dice, balance a meeple on a stick — these and many more wacky quests await a traditional dungeon party in the nontraditional dungeon crawler Fungeon Party. Each quest adds 30 seconds to the game, and an average game uses six quests, making this a quick, easy, and fun game to learn and play!
—description from the publisher
2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players, 5 Players
3m – 30m
Brian Lewis, David McGregor, Marissa Misura, Thomas Jones
Action / Dexterity, Dice
Fun to play with people who are not into board games. It takes some space to play, dice going all around the room. It would be played best in private place for that reason, playing it in a board game club was quite an interesting experience with everyone watching us.
I had a friend bring this out at game night and it was a blast. (Granted, there was some drinking involved, but I digress...) I do love party games and I love dexterity games. This fires on all cylinders for me, that's why I rate it so highly.
Stupid and silly but entertaining. Really need the right group for this as it's over the top frivolous activities such as throwing dice to each other and running around the table performing various tasks. Feels a bit like a cooperative Happy Salmon in how it targets the pleasure center of your brain with hilarious dumb tasks. The strongest point in the design is the variety, as there are a ton of quests and you're likely to experience new ones for a large number of plays. The biggest stumbling blocks are the issues surrounding dice flying across the floor and physically finding the space to perform some of these performances. ----------------------------------- Full review: https://geekandsundry.com/fungeon-party-is-the-dungeon-crawl-where-you-roll-dice-off-your-nose/