Speed And Dexterity Game Rooster Rush From Antoine Bauza And Mayday

May 11, 2017 - 8:40am
Mayday Games has announced a new speed/dexterity title from Antoine Bauza (7 Wonders, Ghost Stories and many others) and Corentin Lebrat (Takenoko: Chibis), Rooster Rush. A re-imagining of Gaijin Dash, Rooster Rush has players take on the roles of chickens trying to cross the road. Players simultaneously compete over Crossing Cards by slapping them as quickly as possible. However, at the same time, token representing dangerous vehicles are spinning on their edge, slowly winding down and eventually resting on either the "safe" or "unsafe" side of the coin. These tokens make the Crossing Cards either safe or unsafe, meaning your rooster has either contacted the other side of the road, or contacted the vehicle. Three unsafe crossings and you are out. The first player to claim 11 points of safe crossings wins the game. Rooster Rush plays with 3-6 players in 15 minutes. The Kickstarter for Rooster Rush will begin in late May, and the game is expected to hit stores in Q4 2017.

Mayday Games announces Rooster Rush board game Layton, UT

May 8, 2017 - Today, Mayday Games is pleased to announce Rooster Rush, a card game by designers Antoine Bauza, Corentin Lebrat. Rooster Rush is based on the previously published design Gaijin Dash! by the same designers. Rooster Rush is a party game in which players need to cross the road while avoiding oncoming vehicles. Observation, risk-taking, and speed are the three skills you need in order to keep out of the animal hospital! Players simultaneously compete over crossing cards worth various points. To claim a card, the player must be the first to slap their hand on the card. But beware, only safe crossing cards are eligible to be claimed. While players are deciding which cards, if any, to claim - tokens representing the threatening vehicles are spinning on their edges. Instead of heads or tails, in Rooster Rush the tokens will land either safe or unsafe side up. Safe cards are claimed, unsafe cards count as being hit by the vehicle. Claim three unsafe cards and you are eliminated from the game. The first player to claim 11 points or more in cards, or to be the last rooster rushing, wins the game! This simple dexterity speed game will delight players with its different potential win conditions and quick play. Light enough to play with kids and yet fast and fun enough to be played as a filler on those serious gamer nights. Rooster Rush is for 3 to 6 players and takes approximately 15 minutes to play. It includes 5 Vehicle Tokens, 40 Crossing Cards, and 1 Red Button Card. Rooster Rush is expected to be available in the USA in Quarter 4 of 2017 and will be released on Kickstarter in late May 2017. For more information you can visit the Mayday Games website at: http://www.maydaygames.com/products/roosterrush About Mayday Games We take tabletop gaming seriously, because free time doesn’t come around nearly enough in life. It’s those fussy, esoteric, and admittedly geeky standards that drive us to obsessive excellence. We’re proud of our lines of original games, specialty accessories, and custom card sleeves. Our recent hits such as Isle of Monsters, Nerdy Inventions, Assassin Con and Garbage Day, and classics such as Viceroy, Get Bit!, Walk the Plank, Coconuts, and Click Clack Lumberjack show Mayday Games has something for gamers of all ages and experience levels. With lightning mechanics, eye-catching art, and customer-driven content, Mayday Games is proud to present an all-new, old-fashioned game night. Visit our website for more information: http://www.maydaygames.com

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