Rob The Bank card game is a fun, fast-paced card game about getting as much money as you can. It's a game of luck with a little bit of strategy. It's great for the whole family! The game is designed for 2-8 players, ages 6 and up.
The object of the game is to rob the bank with as much money as possible. The bank is built up by players depositing money cards.
The bank can then be robbed by a player with a Robber card. Once a Robber card is played the next player only has a few options to stop the robbery. They can stop the robber with a Police card or try to take half the money with a Getaway Driver card or have the robber lose half the money by playing a Drop a Bag card. There are additional action cards that can add some fun twists to the game. The round ends with a successful robbery. The money is then counted and added to the robber's total.
Where our idea came from
On our way home from an out-of-state friend's wedding, our truck broke down. We were stuck in our travel trailer in the parking lot of the mechanic's shop for 4 days. We love playing board/card games, but were tired of repeatedly playing the same games. So we walked to the dollar store and bought some index cards and started tossing out ideas for a new card game. After about an hour, our 4 children, my wife, and I had come up with the basics for Rob The Bank. Once we got home, we went to work refining the game into what it is now.
We are a retired Air Force family. We spent 22 years on active duty and 6 years in the Air National Guard. We love our flag and country, and thank God for letting us live in a free nation.
We love playing games as a family and we hope that you enjoy our game as much as we do. This is our first time at making a game and also our first Kickstarter. With the help of my children, we've created HH Family Games as a copyright in the hopes that we can make more family-oriented games. By backing our Kickstarter, you can be a part in any future games that we create.
Risks and challenges
We do not anticipate any risks or challenges with our game. We are in communication with the printing company already. We do not see any issues at getting the game shipped by our estimated deadline.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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