A party game for devious people

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Mathew Sisson
Mathew SissonMaker@mathewsisson · Designer of things.
There have been several takes on the parlor game Werewolf, but I wanted to tackle it in a new way. Role-playing games can leave prospective players timid about playing and thus skewing their game experience. By creating a more modern style and good documentation of the game I believe I have removed that barrier and opened the game to everyone who thought, "It's just not my thing."
Jason Dainter
Jason Dainter@jasondainter · International doer of things
@mathewsisson massive fan of this game, but its a shame there is no app that goes along side this (like the well known one night ultimate werewolf version http://boardgamegeek.com/boardga...). I've found the app (that acts as moderator and has spooky werewolf-like sound effects in the background) adds a really fun element to the game, swapping this out for a person means that that person can't play also which means if you are a small group it lessens the playability a bit.
Ross Rojek
Ross Rojek@sacbookreviewer · CTO, GoLocalApps.com, Apptoolkit.io
Nice package. The hard part on games that can be played for free is finding value to sell. Just the thing to play on thanksgiving with the family.
Shlomo Fellig
Shlomo Fellig@shlomofellig · Founder, Outgrow.me
Beautifully done. Would be nice to see a collection of these kinds of classic games, redesigned in this fashion.
Mathew Sisson
Mathew SissonMaker@mathewsisson · Designer of things.
@ShloimeFlg Thanks! And I agree about the collection. That would be awesome!
Nick Persico
Nick PersicoHiring@nickpersico · Director of Revenue at Close
This is beyond awesome. Purchased!
Derek Skaletsky
Derek Skaletsky@dskaletsky · Head of Product, Kissmetrics
boom! Beautiful job, Matthew. Love Werewolf. Not hard to play without the cards, but they make it more approachable for more people. This will show up in several stockings this year...