Illuminatus: Conspiracy-themed satirical board game Launches on Kickstarter
By Jonathan Balofsky On 3 Jul, 2017 At 10:53 PM | Categorized As ROG News | With 0 Comments

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‘Illuminatus’ is a conspiracy-themed, satirical strategy board game that is set in the modern world. 2-6 adults (aged 14+, if accompanied by a member of the intelligence services) each take on the role as a member of the illuminati, the legendary and mysterious organisation made up of old, powerful families and secretive factions.
Safe within the walls of your secret hideout, you pull strings to manipulate events across the entire world. Things don’t just happen; as an illuminatus, you make them happen. Achieve your hidden agendas before the world ends, whilst doing everything you can to stop other players from achieving their goals.
Perform False Flag attacks to destabilise regions and eventually compromise or replace governments around the world. Influence events, research technologies to get an edge on your fellow players, declare “War on..” something and reap the benefits. Be careful though: every action has a cost and moves you that much closer to the end of the world. Play your hand too openly and you risk being exposed!
You are the conspiracy! Well, for a night of gaming at least…

 

The campaign, which already has over 200 backers and $15,000 in the first week is a unique conspiracy-themed, satirical strategy board game that is set in the modern world. The game which was developed by Dark Mushroom Games, can be played by 2-6 adults (aged 14+, if accompanied by a member of the intelligence services) each take on the role as a member of the illuminati, the legendary and mysterious organization made up of old, powerful families and secretive factions.

Safe within the walls of your secret hideout, you pull strings to manipulate events across the entire world. Things don’t just happen; as an illuminatus, you make them happen. Achieve your hidden agendas before the world ends, whilst doing everything you can to stop other players from achieving their goals.

This is certainly a unique take on strategy board games and isn’t your usual fare. I suspect this might interest quite a few people.

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