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Bang! The Dice Game
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- The fast-paced, hectic action makes for a quick and exciting game
- Do you have the courage to challenge your fate?
- Great party game
- Ages 8 +
- 3-8 players
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In the U.S. wild west, the eternal battle between the law and the outlaws keeps heating up. Suddenly, a rain of arrows darken the sky: It's an Indian attack! Are you bold enough to keep up with the Indians? Do you have the courage to challenge your fate? Can you expose and defeat the ruthless gunmen around you? Bang! The Dice Game keeps the core of the Bang! card game in place. At the start of the game, players each take a role card that secretly places them on a team: the Sheriff and deputies, outlaws, and renegades. The Sheriff and deputies need to kill the outlaws, the outlaws win by killing the Sheriff, and the renegades want to be the last players alive in the game. Each player also receives a character card which grants him a special power in the game. The Sheriff reveals his role card and takes the first turn of the game. On a turn, a player can roll the five dice up to three times, using the results of the dice to shoot neighboring players, increase the range of his shots, heal his (or anyone else's) life points, or put him in range of the Indians, which are represented by nine tokens in the center of the table. Each time a player rolls an arrow, he takes one of these tokens; when the final token is taken, each player loses one life point for each token he holds, then the tokens are returned to the center of the table. If a player collects a trio of Gatling symbols on the dice, he fires one shot at everyone else and rids himself of Indian tokens. Who'll get his shot off first? Play continues until one team meets its winning condition - and death won't necessarily keep you from winning as long as your teammates pull through!
5 x Bang! Dice
30 x game cards
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Top Customer Reviews
You are transported back the Wild West where you are pitted against each other. Sheriff, Outlaw or Renegade, under constant attack from those pesky Indians.
Who will you be? Who will win?
Quick and easy to play. Definitely recommended.
It's patterned after tropes from American "spaghetti Western" films. You have someone who's the sheriff of the town, a couple outlaws, a deputy, and a renegade. The action is pretty simple. You roll dice to see what actions you can take. You can either shoot someone, heal yourself, or possibly use the gatling gun to shoot all your opponents. Each player has their own way to win based on their role. (Sheriff wants to kill the outlaws, outlaws want to kill the sheriff, etc.). Each person also has a character that will have one little special ability (maybe extra healing, an extra reroll of the dice, etc.). So it really isn't the same game twice.
We have tons of fun with it. And some of the games have come down to real nail-biters: showdowns between a sheriff and an outlaw where nobody knew which way it would go. HIghly recommend.
Bang is so easily recommendable because it's a game for all purposes, it's really easy to teach, really easy to play, competitive but also fast enough to avoid any frustration. You'll more than likely play several games in a row and because there are a wealth of different playable characters, as well as constantly changing roles, every game plays out differently. The ideal number of players I would say is 6-8, although 4 and 5 work nicely too. The 3 player game is a bit different, although totally playable, it doesn't quite capture the best aspects of the larger game and is definitely not the ideal way to play it.
The components are great too. The box is small and compact, has great artwork and it feels very high quality. The dice are really hefty and nicely detailed with specific icons. The cards and tokens too are really well designed, making all of the information easily understandable.
Anyone and everyone will have fun with this, whether they're old or young, competitive or not so. It caters for small or large groups and is good for a quick game or a long session. Finally, this game is cheap so it's a great investment. It reminds me slightly of the game 'The Resistance' which features a similar secret role mechanic, although this game is a lot less stressful and probably a lot more fun. If I tried my hardest to nitpick, then I guess the abilities of certain characters seem more useful than others, but this really doesn't damage the game so it's not worth worrying about.
Just get it.
I strongly suggest adding BANG! The Dice Game Old Saloon Expansion
The expansion adds more strategy to the game, making choices on special dice to roll, when to reveal yourself to activate a special ability, whether to take a golden arrow which takes more damage but might stop all damage if you have the most arrows, and a ghost function for the first player to die (which means first to die isn't as bored waiting).
Bang is suitable for all ages - but the dynamic of the game isn't so great with very young children (who may get upset when you target them, or may avoid shooting mummy).
Perhaps the best comparison is with King of Tokyo - both play in similar time, and involve dice. I'm happy to play either, but would lean 60-40 in favour of KoT when given the choice between the two. But you should have both!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fun and addictive little dice game. But be warned THE COPY I WAS SENT WAS IN SPANISH ONLY (despite being clearly labelled as an English item).Published 1 month ago by kungfu_steve1986
Beware !! the one i received was not the English version, going back for refundPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The game is fantastic. So fast and frantic. Would recommend to anyone with friends that enjoy a quick game full of tension!Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Pros: Easy to pick up and a lot of fun! Lots of replay value and the cards and dice are well made.
Cons: You'll need at least 6 people to get the most out of this game,... Read more
A variant on "Killer" "Werewolf" and "Mafia" - hidden identity games. The introduction of dice adds a randomness to this that's great fun. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mr. Joel Symonds
Much better than its card game counterpart. Fast, great for even the most experienced of gamers. Once you have played this, you may not want to return to the somewhat dull and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by mroworth