January 24, 2011

White Goblin Games is about to Get Nuts!


Whether it be something in the brownies or that they are just plain insane, Netherlands' White Goblin Games is about to 'Get Nuts'. WGG has just announced their latest card game will be released this quarter.

So what does going nuts get us? Here is information from their press release:

White Goblin about to get nuts...

The end of autumn is near and those lazy squirrels still didn't fill their winter stack! Nut supplies are limited, so the race is on. It's in this setting this humorous board-game-disguised-as-a-card-game for 3 to 6 squirrels from 8 years and older takes place. Your furry friend must rush through dangerous woods, where rivals are lurking behind every corner, trying to sabotage your trip to the last stack. Are you ready to outsmart your rivals and guide your squirrel to victory?

The game offers a surprising amount of variety and dynamics and is highly interactive: while you try to form a path of trees , you also try to sabotage the other squirrels and everything is permitted, even the use of chainsaws, bulldozers and flamethrowers! All in all a great game in a relatively small box for game fanatics in every age. The designers of the game are Tom Luyckx and David Ausloos, who also took care of the artwork."

With 2010 hit titles like Rattus, Hotel Samoa, Inca Empire and Norenberc, will White Goblin Games start 2011 with a bang or are they just plain crazy?

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