Among Us – My first thoughts, after reading a few words about what we get in this game, immediately threw me into the sf classics like “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” from 1978, or a wave of movies from the fifties, about flying saucers that want to dominate the Earth.
“Don’t let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.”
– Neil McCauley, Heat
Gather a crew and run a marathon of ripping out safes in the city. Grab as much gold bars as possible, then turn tail and run. In a nutshell this is a cooperative game with limited communication, called Rob’n Run.
I used to be skeptical about using mobile devices application in board games. However, gradually getting to know more and more interesting ways of using them, I began warm up to them. This time I had the opportunity to play the next game in which this solution was used – Rising 5: Runes of Asteros
I got to know a lot of games, where one player is lurking hidden on the board, facing the others who hunt him. I didn’t think that any variation on this mechanic would be able to amaze me in any particular way, but Tabletop Pathologic proved me wrong.