Robots seek to self-identify in 3 Laws of Robotics, a social deduction game

Isaac Asimov’s three laws of robotics was never like this. 3 Laws of Robotics from Floodgate Games is a new social deduction game for 4 – 10 players. Each player is a robot in a holding cell who can see everyone’s rank and faction except their own.  Each round, players may ask another player a question to determine their own rank and faction while complying with the robotic laws in play.  Once all the robots from one faction have given their keycodes to the highest-ranking member in the faction, they are free.  The game is easy to set up and teach, plays in about 30 minutes, and has no player elimination.  The variety of rule combinations permits high replayability.  3 Laws of Robotics is available for pre-order in is expected to be released at the end of March 2019.

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