Boise, ID, March 16, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Pass-a-Fist is a fast paced, chaotic new card game created by a Boise based group of friends. It emulates all the fun of a cartoon-style brawl, without the actual physical injuries. In just under one year, the game has gone from concept to a local game night favorite.
“When we started out, we had over 300 handwritten cards,” said creator Gary Welch. “It's evolved quite a bit since then. Making the game has been almost as much fun as playing it.”
The game contains 198 cards, with no duplicates in the deck; a feat accomplished by few other games. The premise is simple: try to play cards to attack the other players in the game, while avoiding attacks yourself. Players unlucky enough to be on the receiving end of attacks must draw injury cards. If you end up with three injuries, you’re out of the game.
“The gameplay makes for some hilarious scenarios,” commented co-creator, Russ Worstell. “It’s great to see people laugh as they recount the absurdity in each turn.”
The creators plan to put the game on Kickstarter early next year. In the meantime, they’re letting anyone interested try it out early. A free printable version of Pass-a-Fist is available on their website (www.passafist.net). The group will be running demos of the game at this year’s Gem State Gaming Convention on April 2nd and 3rd. Tickets for the convention are are for sale at http://www.gemstategamingconvention.org.
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