Quickcase is a minimalistic, crime solving card game.
Each card will have a case with one damning piece of evidence to solve the case. But this doesn't mean it will be simple to solve.
Some cases will have clues in the illustration, some in the text and some will need both.
You and your friends will either cooperate or compete in solving these cases.
The challenges will include, finding mistakes in the crime scene, witness testemonies, alibi's and a lot more.
The game will 50 cases as the base game.
Every card has a case on the face which gives a case name, location, and year. It then has text which will give an outline of the case and clues for solving. The illustration will sometimes have clues as well.
The cards have varying degrees of difficulty.
You can try these cases before you scroll down to the confessions.
The confessions are the solutions to the cases and will be on the back of the card. Another player will have read these and can confirm the solutions.
How It's Played
Quickcase can have 1-10 players.
You can try to solve them on your own, but it's more fun with friends.
Detective vs Detective
For two or more players. Here each player will take turns solving a case.
Agency vs Agency
Here two or more groups will compete in solving cases.
For an extra degree of difficulty you can add a timer to the game, and have the cases solved within this time limit.
The soundtrack will be done by Beyond Listening
Inspired by the musical style of the 1920's and 30's in America, the soundtrack consists of several tracks, which will provide the appropriate mood for crime-solving. For the troubled, yet experienced detective, smooth noir jazz with a hint of melancholy always hits the spot - especially when combined with a heavy glass of cheap whiskey.
Risks and challenges
As with any product, deals with manufactures and break down and cause delays.
Shipped items can get lost and need replacement.
- (30 days)