Big G Creative GHOSTED - The Game Of Boo-Dunnit. Be The First To Figure Out Who Turned You Into a Ghost By Using Your Detective Skills. Ages 10+, Multicolor, 26.67 x 26.67 x 6.35 cm

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Big G Creative GHOSTED - The Game Of Boo-Dunnit. Be The First To Figure Out Who Turned You Into a Ghost By Using Your Detective Skills. Ages 10+, Multicolor, 26.67 x 26.67 x 6.35 cm

Big G Creative GHOSTED - The Game Of Boo-Dunnit. Be The First To Figure Out Who Turned You Into a Ghost By Using Your Detective Skills. Ages 10+, Multicolor, 26.67 x 26.67 x 6.35 cm

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While Ghosted is recommended for ages 10 and up, we’re all in our mid- to late-30s, and my one friend commented that she suspected the audience would skew younger. There are several options and ways to play that I enjoy indulging in, following the structural choices akin to Souls-like games. By combining the two, Ghosted has players racing to discover their hidden cards by deducing from the shared list of possibilities. As a family we often have family game nights and have quite the collection of board games but love trying out and adding new ones to our collection. In Ghosted, all players take on the role of a ghost and have to solve their own murder through a process of elimination, asking questions and gathering evidence to deduce who the killer is, their motive and the murder weapon.

Each player receives a game board, dry erase marker and three cards – Suspect, Motive and Weapon which they place at the front of their game board.

DISCLOSURE: We received this product for free for the purpose of writing an honest and impartial review. After everyone has been given the tools of their deaths, the remaining cards are shuffled into one giant deck and equally distributed to all players.

Without looking at them the player places the cards into the front of the evidence board facing outwards so the other players can see the cards but they can’t. If a player believes they have solved their demise on their turn instead of rolling the dice they can choose to make a final accusation of one suspect, one weapon and one motive. First off, you have to account for the weather, which always comes first in such an inhospitable environment as Antarctica. Y/N – lets the active player ask a player of their choice a question, but the answer can only be yes or no. The characters don’t act irrationally based on tired tropes, making somewhat reasonable choices based on what information they have and learn over the course of the incident, save for acting solo or in pairs despite known risks.The game box itself looked quite mature so I wasn’t sure if it would be suitable for my younger kids aged 11 but the box stated it’s aged 10+ so I was glad they could play as they were intrigued by the name and immediately wanted to play it. Going clockwise from the starting player each player on their turn has the choice to either roll the dice or make a final accusation. Each player can look then look at their own cards (not the ones on the evidence board) and mark off what they have on their evidence board.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. The player boards do a good job of holding your cards, and a guide to all the die results is helpfully printed on the back of the rules. This review uses an affiliate link which we may receive a small commission from if you purchase through the link. Scales of Justice symbol – you can guess one weapon, one suspect and one motive and the other players can tell you how many you have got correct – but not which ones! Without looking at them, you slot them into your player board so that they are facing out at the other players but you cannot see them.The goal is to be the first to determine what one’s own cards must be by eliminating the other possibilities with questions and become the “afterlife” of the party. Side note: I really like that the game uses little dry erase boards rather than giving a pad of paper, because then you can play as many times as you want without worrying about running out.



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