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Deduction card game
for 4 to 8 players
Short story collection inspired by Get Adler!
The new Caper Games swag
Hockey card game
for 2 players
Middle-grade novel set in Victoria, BC
Now live on Kickstarter: The Old Ball Game! click here to back it...
GET ADLER! is a multi-player card game in which secret characters investigate each other to unmask double agent Adler. Once the traitor is revealed, the game transforms into an action-packed race against time to eliminate Adler and to recover Top-Secret documents.
"A solid game that will hit my table repeatedly." Alan Gerding, Tuesday Knight Games
"A breath of fresh air!" The Purge Reviews
"Get Adler! is a wonderful family game!"
10/10 "I am generally not the biggest fan of social deduction games. Perhaps it is only the ones I've played, but I always feel that once you have an idea
of who a "bad guy" may be, the game just loses steam. This is not true for Get Adler!. This is a social deduction game where I feel there is so much more of a game to it. It isn't over
once you know who Adler is, if anything, that's when the game and player interaction really kick in. It isn't a difficult game either - it is a game that kids can play as well. Easy to set up,
easy to explain. In short, as far as social deduction games go, this is my absolute favorite."
Leon, Geek City USA
"I've played Get Adler! a few times with new groups of friends and it has been a HIT.
Everyone LOVES it! Thanks for making an excellent game."
Scott DeSanders, Texas, USA
"Get Adler is more than a game of two halves. It’s more like a Kinder Egg with two very different elements which work together in a satisfying way: a toy and chocolate; careful deduction and a high speed chase. Like Poirot meets Duel or Cumberbatch meets Rathbone. If the mixed metaphors are upsetting you, just pick one and go with that. I can see some of you twitching but I felt ‘It’s fab, I love it!’ didn’t really do it justice. In fact – it’s the bomb!"
Ann Jones, Cards or Die, see the full review...
"Get Adler! has all the bearings of a cult classic.
You can put that on the back of the box."
David Norris, Australian Game Reviewer and Blogger of 'Roll To Review'
"I played three times today with some of my seniors (17-18 yrs.) at school. They're big, big fans of this game. It went over like gangbusters."
Peter Barringer, Teacher, Indiana, USA
4/5 stars. "L'ambiance y est, le matériel fait l'affaire. Un peu répétitif ? Mais c'est un jeu d'ambiance qui est facile d'accès et qui procure une heure de jeu sympa avec des joueurs occasionnels."
Bertrand C., review on www.philibertnet.com
"I thought the game was a lot of fun!"
Cassie Elle, Game Reviewer, USA
"Get Adler! is addictive. We just played it 4 times in a row. The chase is so much fun..."
Glenn Flaherty, Game Reviewer 'Boardgames and Bourbon', Washington, USA
"This is a lovely game that I had the pleasure of playing."
Christina, Girls' Game Shelf
"It feels like an old school spy film!
Maurice Fitzgerald, Club Fantasci
"It is great for a group that loves to play games like Resistance, Avalon, & Coup."
Christopher Richter, Boardgaming For The Win
"Great blend of deduction and fast paced action."
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Shooterz Hockey Card Game is fast-paced, head-2-head fun!
Players pick through a special deck looking for combinations to shoot for a goal, while trying to keep their players out of the sin bin. Big goals and big saves!
There are two teams, red vs. blue. The jerseys are centres, wingers and defence.
Your team must collect one of each position to shoot for a goal. However, your opponent might be able to block the shot if his/her team jerseys have a higher total number.
There are special shooting and goalie cards for each shot. Do you know your opponent's tendencies? Each time through the deck is a full period, with OT and shootout rules. GAME ON!
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"9/10. I highly recommend it for hockey fans casual or hardcore."
Gregg Senko, Ohio, USA - read the full review here
"Shooterz captures the back and forth action of hockey very well. It's sure to light the hockey lamp for fans of all ages!"
Maurice Fitzgerald, game reviewer and pro hockey announcer