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Nuns on the Run   (View Game)
   

Playing as a novice feels very much like really sneaking around at night, trying to avoid getting caught by the Abyss. I like playing as Mr. X in Scotland Yard, and in this game almost all the players get to move around in hiding. Having multiple targets keeps it interesting for the Abyss player too. The theme is great and the game is just simply fun - and very suitable for a larger group, e.g 5-6 players.

Nuns on the Run   (View Game)
   Dog
I was surprised by how much I liked this game - it's basically the board game format of Hide and go Seek, but it plays very entertainingly. Those who like Scotland Yard or NY Chase should love this game, as it's essentially a reversed version with many hiders/runners and one seeker using two pawns.

Nuns on the Run   (View Game)
   A.J. Sansom
Great fun! Slowly but surely (as we understand the rules for the nuns better) this game is getting increasingly tense and fun to play. Sneak around without being heard or seen, but still quick enough to win? Super concept!

 

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