Bezier Games has launched the latest addition to their One Night series on Kickstarter: One Night Ultimate Super Villains. One Night Ultimate Super Villains is designed to be the most accessible version in the One Night series, perfect for introducing new players and kids to the wildly popular series. It is also designed to be combined with the other One Night games.
In One Night Ultimate Super Villains, players assume the roles of super villains who are attempting to avoid being caught, super heroes who are trying to catch the super villains, and a mad scientist and his intern who want to be caught (and cause both the super villains and heroes to lose). Each of the 16 character cards has their own unique special power that they can employ during the game to uncover clues to the true villain or confuse and confound the heroes. A free app from Bezier Games assists in running the game.
The Kickstarter campaign includes stretch goals for additional character roles for One Night Ultimate Super Villains as well as numerous other add-ons for fans of the One Night series. A special One Night Ultimate Collection box that can hold up to sic One Night games is included in many of the pledge levels. Every One Night game and bonus pack is also available through this Kickstarter.
One Night Ultimate Super Villains plays 3-10 players, ages 8+, in about 10 minutes. The Kickstarter campaign runs through August 28th with an expected delivery this December. Learn more about One Night Ultimate Super Villains on Kickstarter.
The One Night series from Bezier Games continues to go strong with the last entry being One Night Ultimate Alien. This time around instead of aliens, or vampires, or werewolves, you are trying to out the super villains in your midst in One Night Ultimate Super Villains. But you aren’t just any ordinary citizens, you are members of SCOOP, the Super Club Of Overt Powers, and so you have your own abilities that will help you discover them. Expect lots of chaos and fun in this new version, with art by Gus Batts and app narration by the talented Eric Summerer.
You can find out more information from the press release below, and look for the launch of the Kickstarter in July and it to hit stores before 2018 ends.
Louisville, TN – June 18, 2018. Today Bézier Games announced One Night Ultimate Super Villains, a new standalone game in the One Night series.
Unbeknownst to the citizens of Shady Grove, USA, a battle is brewing while they sleep. The most powerful heroes the world has ever known have converged to stop an onslaught of malicious super villains. The trouble is, these nefarious criminals are hiding in plain sight as residents of Shady Grove, so the heroes first have to find these treacherous evil-doers before it’s too late…
In One Night Ultimate Super Villains™, players take on the roles of heroes or villains, each with amazing superpowers that help further their cause. The vile trio of Rapscallion, Dr. Peeker, and Henchman #7 are intent on getting away with their crimes, while the members of the Super Club Of Overt Powers (SCOOP), are all out to catch them. Shady Grove… maybe even the world… will never be the same.
One Night Ultimate Super Villains is a standalone game in the One Night series that’s perfect for the whole family to enjoy, challenging you to capture the baddies and save the world! Super Villains can also be combined with the other entries in the series – One Night Ultimate Werewolf, Daybreak, Vampire, and Alien – to create even more fun and chaos.
While the free companion app is not required, it provides amazing narration from Eric Summerer that guides players through the night phase of the game. Super Villains features artwork from One Night artist Gus Batts, done in the classic 90’s Cartoon Network™ style.
One Night Ultimate Super Villains will initially launch on Kickstarter on Monday, July 30th, and will ship before the end of 2018.
Bezier Games has announced that the One Night Ultimate World Championships will occur during GenCon50, specifically on Friday August 18. There will be more than 150 participants, and all possible roles from the game will be filled. Ted Alspach himself will moderate the event, and a live orchestra will be present. And if that is not enough, a new game from Bezier will be announced at the event.
There are only about 20 tickets left to the event as of Sunday, August 6th. Check out the official GenCon50 website for One Night Ultimate World Championships here.
Social deduction games have become a staple of many game gatherings, and Bezier Games has been contributing their fair share to the genre. The One Night Ultimate series of games, including One Night Ultimate Werewolf (which has sold over 100,000 copies) and One Night Ultimate Vampire (earning $378,000 on Kickstarter) have been top sellers worldwide.
Now, Bezier Games would like to announce a new addition to the series in the form of One Night Ultimate Alien, which will offer not only a strong alien vs. villagers theme, but will also introduce the Dynamic Rules system. The following is an excerpt from the official press release for One Night Ultimate Alien:
In One Night Ultimate Alien, players are assigned a role, perform actions secretly during a “night” phase, and then have just a few minutes to discuss among themselves who the alien invaders are. All players vote, and the role of the player with the most votes is revealed. If it is an Alien, the Villager team wins. If it isn’t, the Alien team wins. The game takes less than 10 minutes to play, but is so addicting players may find themselves playing game after game for hours on end.
While previous One Night games took advantage of the free One Night app to guide players through night time actions, Alien relies on the app to ensure that each game has a unique set of rules for each role. These Dynamic Rules have never been used in a traditional board game before, and they breathe a gust of fresh air into the social deduction genre.
Bezier Games, Inc. creates board and card games for the whole family, including Castles of Mad King Ludwig, Suburbia, and the original Ultimate Werewolf. For more information, visit the Bezier Games website.