One Week Ultimate Werewolf brings more werewolves and more deduction

Bézier Games announced a brand new game in their line of social deduction games, One Week Ultimate WerewolfIf The Palace of Mad King Ludwig and One Night Ultimate Werewolf had a crossover then One Week Ultimate Werewolf would be the product of it. In this game you’re in Ludwig Castle where each room provides a special power to help you find the werewolves among you.

“As in One Night Ultimate Werewolf, your goal is to figure out the secret roles of your opponents as well as your own role by the end of the game. Each day you’ll enter a different room with a unique ability, and each night you’ll interact with the other players in that room. In addition to 3–7 players, three staff members roam the castle, and each of them also has a secret role. After a week‘s investigation (which should take about 45 minutes), it all comes down to a vote. If you’re a werewolf, you’re trying to remain undiscovered. If you’re a villager, you’re trying to find those sneaky werewolves. And if you’re a Tanner, well, you’re trying to get caught!”

One Week Ultimate Werewolf will come with more than a dozen unique rooms which provides for a lot of replayability as you generally only use a few in each game. The Kickstarter project will launch 14 May, 2018 and ship in October 2018. Exclusives such as unique items and rooms, and wooden component upgrades, will also be offered as part of the project.

Bitten by a common house spider, Antoine emerged with the uncanny ability to buy more games than he had time to play. While living in the hills of Tennessee, USA, he tries to balance software development, family, and his multiple, competing hobbies. He hopes to someday discover a pocket dimension in which to store his games.