What is Hit-List?
- A fast-paced social strategy board game for 3-10 players
- A beautifully illustrated, humorous homage to mafia movies
- A perfect addition to any game night-- it takes 5 minutes to learn and 15 minutes to play!
What's in the game?
- 40 unique and fully illustrated character cards
- 20 special ability family cards
- A noir street scene inspired game board
- Tokens for indicating plots and Godparents
- Notepad for keeping track of hit lists
- One die
- A cool box
How is the game played?
- Each player is dealt 4 character cards as their family.
- Each player chooses 4 characters from their opponent's families and writes those names on their hit list.
- Each turn, choose one of your family members to gain a plot token. Use these to perform hits on your opponents!
- When someone hits one of your family members, write the names of those characters who performed the hit on your hit list. Time for you to get revenge!
- When multiple players are trying to hit the same character, they can form secret alliances to increase their odds of a successful hit!
- When you cross off the fourth name from your hit list, you win!
- You can read a draft of the full rules by clicking this link-- PDF of rule book draft
What do I get when I give money to this project?
- When you donate, you are helping this game get made. A minimum order has to be filled, so once we get enough backers we can order these games.
- For $25, you can have one of the first editions of this game shipped right to you as soon as production is finished. Feel free to donate at this level multiple times to order multiple copies.
- When you donate $100 dollars or more, you get 4 copies of the game and of the Kickstarter exclusive card "Deep Pockets"!
Risks and challenges
The process of a making a board game is fairly simple-- design your product and have it printed. However, to get it printed at a reasonable price point, there is usually a minimum order. For us, that minimum is 1,500 units. The bulk of the Kickstarter funds will go towards that, as well as some other miscellaneous costs. If we hit our Kickstarter goal, we'll be able to print the game and have it shipped to our backers. This is an all or nothing campaign, though-- if we don't reach our goal, all the money that was pledged will go back to the donors. In this sense, there is no risk for the individual backers. Have any questions or comments? Email Max at email@example.comLearn about accountability on Kickstarter
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