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die! Die! DIE! The Family Game of Genocidal Warfare!

die! Die! DIE! The Family Game of Genocidal Warfare!

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One thing that has always bothered me was the predominance of wargames that espoused some sort of resolution that fell far short of complete annihilation. So I've done something about that -- "die! Die! DIE! The Family Game of Genocidal Warfare!" is here! "die! Die! DIE!" is The Family Game of Genocidal Warfare. Players build empires and advance their technology in an effort to smash the others into the dust. The board is customizable each game, and almost infinitely expandable. Using mechanics that are basic and elemental, the game proceeds at a breakneck pace to the end, with piles of bodies in every direction. The perfect game for a sunday night around the dinner table.
The PDF includes a beatifully rendered color version, and a more inexpensively rendered b&w edition (so as to show pity on your printer!).
This game will also be expanded by two supplements before the end of the year - "dead! Dead! DEAD!" which will expand the roles of the various forces as well as introduce widely varied terrain, and "I Spit On Your Grave!" which will introduce doomsday weapons, orbital lasers, and even more chaos. "die! Die! DIE!", "dead! Dead! DEAD!" and "I Spit On Your Grave!" are trademarks of Paul Arden Lidberg and Team Frog Studios.
 
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July 4th, 2006
Funny, funny game. The real family play as you go game. Fast and easy moving, a real joy to play. LIKED: All of it. DISLIKED: None. QUALITY: Excellent VALUE: Very Satisfied [...]
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March 14th, 2004
This game didn't really inspire me when I first got it, however the blurb is totally truthful about the content of the game. If you want an in depth wargame . . look elsewhere. If you want a bit of simple fun, it delivers the goods. The artwork . . well [...]
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February 7th, 2004
This is a neat game for those who like Risk. A little crunchier than Risk as far as game play is concerned. The board leasves a little to be desired (bigger hexes would work a little better, and you could easily print out the gameboard hexes and blow [...]
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January 27th, 2004
If you are a hard-core, long-time gamer, just set this one down and go pick up Warhammer. If you are a beginner, or the proud parent or influential adult connection of a future young gamer, then you can boost this rating by two and definately get it. [...]
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December 29th, 2003
Very Risk like in play, this game does offer the advantages of a modular hex-based battlefield that will change each time the game is played and a tech level advancement chart that helps in production of units. Don't believe the cover image though [...]
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Copper seller
Edition
1.0
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tfs0210p
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1.79 MB
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September 14, 2003
This title was added to our catalog on September 14, 2003.
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Team Frog
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