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MDSG10908 Cheapass Games

Fight City Card Game

by Cheapass Games
£9.19
9.19
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Dispatched & sold by: Maddison Games Limited
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Product Description

    • Three families
    • This boxed edition contains both original decks and an updated rule booklet.

      Fight City was nominated for an Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game of 1999
    • That is incorrect
    • Sylvester is not in Deck A
    • One city
    • Ten thousand battles.

      This is Fight City, an intense strategic card game about the struggle for money and power in a modern anarchy called Fight City
    • Each deck contains all the Fighters, Locations, and Weapons one player needs to wage way for control of the city
    • Doesn't that sound fun?

      In this strategy card game, you play a vicious thug commanding dozens of the world's least respectable characters, struggling to drive your arch-colleagues out of business." You start the game with ten dollars, which you can spend to bring Locations, Fighters, and Weapons into play
    • You can attack your opponent's Fighters, or you can attack his Bank directly
    • The first player to run out of money loses.

      Fight City was originally sold as two separate decks, the Power and Fear decks
    • Gail Stanton is however and should be the one listed there.
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    • It's filled with brilliant art by Brian Snoddy, complex strategy, and the elegant game mechanics you expect from designer James Ernest.

      Errata: In the deck list for Deck A, it says there should be one Sylvester card in the deck
  • HCODE

    MDSG10908

  • CONDITION

    NEW

  • AGE RANGE

    14 years - 99 years

  • GENDER

    Unisex

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