Go hunting, eat cute critters, fight predators, mutate new body parts, feed your form, and reproduce. And occasionally gobble them back down! Below is a brief overview of the best velociraptor card game ever made that incorporates eating your own young and sprouting a tentacle head.
Velociraptor! Cannibalism! is a game for 3 -6 players. You play a velociraptor that grafts new body parts onto your character, mutating your creature in bizarre, horrifying, and hilarious ways. New body parts increase your food requirements, better parts costing more calories. Don’t have enough food? Eat your offspring! Want those fancy wings your opponent picked up? Attack them, rip them off, and add them to yourself!
Fight, survive, reproduce, cannibalize, and win!
This is a card game which also incorporates two mats. The first is your character sheet, and the second is the mat for the three game decks. VC! is a game of resource management and skill building, with the added bonus of a vicious PvP element that allows characters to steal each others’ abilities in order to increase the skills of their own characters.
Characters have three stats that determine what they can do. The basic stats for a character are listed on their character-sheet. Modifications to your stats are made by gaining new body parts that can raise or lower your stats.
ARMOR: Your defense against attacks from other players and predators.
SPEED: How many Jungle cards you can draw on your round.
ATTACK: Your ability to ATTACK other players or defend against predators.
PREY are the creatures you eat in order to get the CALORIES you need to REPRODUCE, MUTATE, and FLEE from malevolent PREDATORS.
You can eat your own BABIES to get enough Calories to survive. You monster.
•The MEAT LOCKER is the deck of BODY PARTS.
•EVENTS are the deck of environments that are drawn once per round and effect all players.
•THE JUNGLE is the deck of cards containing PREDATORS, PREY and PERSONAL EVENTS
The game ends at the end of the round when all the population tokens have been taken, or the end of the round when the last environment card is drawn, whichever happens first.
The winner is the Player who has reproduced the most!