45m - 120m
2 - 4 Players
Dice rolling in a game can be used for many things, randomness being the most obvious. Dice can also be used as counters. The dice themselves can be unique and different sizes, shapes and colors to represent different things.
Some board games incorporate elements of role playing. It can be that players control a character that improves over time. It can also be a game that encourages or inspires storytelling.
In storytelling games, players are provided with conceptual, written, or pictorial stimuli which must be incorporated into a story of the players' creation.
LD. Another coop game with a really fresh theme and campaign that reminds of dungeon crawlers. Essentially a boss battler, as almost everything you do each round is fighting a boss. On the downside - rules are poorly written, and there are a lot of small rules to track, not all rules combinations/edge cases are described, so you are left guessing. "Never played a game of this correctly". Gets repetitive after 8-10 plays? No meaningful upgrades over the course of the game?
Really fun game that balances the feeling of difficulty without making you feel hopeless. The “story” doesn’t necessarily flow from scenario to scenario but this doesn’t detract much overall. Playing with someone willing to add voice and sound effects can take it up another notch in fun.
Played 3 times till now with 4 players. It's okay, but too long, with very long downtimes between the player turns. Also the texts and rules are quite difficult to understand and there are a lot of little fiddly rules. Maybe it's just because we are no native speakers but other english games were never a problem for us.