Unlimited Games has finally announced when its highly anticipated new game 3000 Scoundrels will hit stores and tablets, and fans can get their hands on the new engine-building game Wild West on October 7. 3000 Scoundrels allows players to customize their experience with more than 3000 combinations of miscreants that you can employ in your quest for victory, but you’ll also need to successfully outwit your opponents and take advantage of your crew’s special abilities in the hopes that you can pull off a victory. 3000 Villains retails for $49.95 and can be pre-ordered from Asmodee online store is hereYou can find the official description below.
In 3000 Villains, 2-4 players enter alternate history in the Wild West, assuming the roles of rival crew leaders who attempt to steal future technology left behind by a mysterious man known only as Traveler. During the game, players build a crew of Villains. By placing Transparent “business cards” are layered with “attribute cards”, making the team a perfect fit for their strategy. On each turn, they’ll play a poker card face down, then use all the miscreants that match that card – but they don’t have to tell the truth… and players will understand Intelligent people have the power of deception on their way up. At the end of the game, the player with the highest level of technology will claim victory and determine the fate of the American frontier.”
3000 Villains Key Features:
MIX AND MATCH POSSIBILITY: 3000 Villains includes 60 Clear Business Cards, 50 Attribute Cards, 4 Leader Cards, 28 Poker Cards, 8 Strategy Cards, 1 Game Board, and more. Business cards and transparent attribute cards can be mixed and matched to create thousands of villains, which means no two games will ever be the same.
Unique Characters: Players create their own strange crew of villains, each with a unique name and ability, such as earning money or stealing technology. Build your engine with cards to create the ultimate heist crew.
AMAZING ARTWORK: 3000 Villains features beautiful Wild West and sci-fi inspired artwork, dripping with a character on each card. Each player gets a leader sheet that comes with a unique comic showing their side of the struggle, giving plenty of knowledge and background to the game’s patented, quirky style.
Cards for Every Strategy: With thousands of combinations, any player can craft a crew of villains that synergize with their strategy and help decide which cards to play and the tricks to use.
Achieving Victories: To achieve success, players need to outsmart their opponents through careful deception and lethal insight. The winner is the one who collects the most technology by outsmarting rival leaders, not only by deception but also by misleading their opponents. Deceive your opponent to steal a weak technique, or take the opportunity to steal a powerful technique from right under his nose. If you win, you must feel like a mastermind criminal.
3,000 Villains are hitting stores October 7th, and be sure to stay tuned for our full review of 3,000 Villains on ComicBook.com soon.
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