Roar! Vang het Monster

22,31 €
A group of scientists have discovered an abandoned laboratory belonging to the old doctor Swindle.
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A group of scientists have discovered an abandoned laboratory belonging to the old doctor Swindle. To their great astonishment, they stumbled upon three mutated young monsters retained in the depths of the laboratory! They decided to keep them.

The Scientists move their pawns on the board to designated fields. The player who controls the monster has a mobile device, which is the main tool of the game. They move around the same fields as the Scientists, but their movement can only be detected on a screen.

In Roar! Catch the Monster, the players take on the role of the clever Scientists and the running Monster! The board presents a city divided into numerous districts and buildings. Each of these places gives out a characteristic sound to which the Scientists have to listen in order to catch their monsters. The Scientists move their pawns on the board to designated fields. The player who controls the monster has a mobile device, which is the main tool of the game. They move around the same fields as the Scientists, but their movement can only be detected on a screen.

The monster has to fulfill its mission before it’s captured by the Scientists. Within the mission the monster has to stand in the immediate vicinity of a given place. Together, the Scientists have to guess the current whereabouts of the monster using only the sound played by the mobile device after it completes its move. Using their skills, the players try to predict the route taken by the elusive Monster and catch it before it causes trouble!

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Nombre minimum de joueurs
2
Nombre maximum de joueurs
4
âge
8+
Temps de jeu
15 - 30 minutes
Langue
French
Langue
Dutch
Dépendante du langage
Pas de texte
Un jeu de
Hubert Spala
Combien de joueurs?
Petits groupes (2-4)
Combien de joueurs?
Pour 2
Mécanisme de jeu
Coopérative
Mécanisme de jeu
Déduction
Thème
Monstres
Illustré par
Tomasz Larek