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Quick Look: Card-Z

Designer:  Gerald Kielpinski
Artist: Gerald Kielpinski
Publisher: MantiGames
Year Published: Coming to Kickstarter in 2021

No. of Players: 1-2
Ages: 14+
Playing Time: 60-300 minutes.

Find more info on BoardGameGeek.com  

From the Publisher:

A SOLO-DUO gritty, realistic zombie survival card game set in a suburban neighborhood. Plays in 1-4 hours depending on the scenario.

Your characters start with a heroic action, loot, pawn, & a backpack organized using the player mat. You deal the neighborhood map in 1 of 4 patterns depending on the scenario.

A game turn is one “day”. It has 3 action phases–dawn, day, night–and 1 reckoning phase when survivors must eat food or starve.

Players scout locations by rolling for encounters & battle them on a hex-based universal battlefield. Battles won win rewards, clear the location (flipping the card), and end your turn. If you retreat from a battle, you must clear the location you retreat to or die trying.

The game ends when you meet the end condition of the scenario, or if your survivors die.

Disclaimer: The publisher provided the prototype copy of Card-Z. The opinions expressed in the review are completely my own.


After watching Harry’s review, if this sounds like a game for you at the time of this posting Card-Z is coming to Kickstarter on the 12th of October 2021 check it out and back it HERE (Link to come) . (Get notified on when it launches)

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Harry Jacobs- Reviewer

Harry has been a gamer for over 5 decades, his first games were strategic war games from Avalon Hill and Strategic Publications Incorporated (SPI).  Currently he resides in Yellowknife Northwest Territories in Canada, a city known to hold most of the cold weather records in Canada.  While not playing games or working, his five dogs keep him busy around the house and yard.  He is active in Ptarmicon Game Knights a club dedicated to bringing gaming to the communities in the Territories and can be often found teaching games both on club nights and at their various events. He looks forward to bringing his reviews and perspective of various games, in order for you to make an informed decision around buying and playing games. You can also catch Harry nigh-lighting as the North of 60 Gaming HERE. 

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