|Release Date: 2019||Players: 2-4|
|Designer: Ted Alspach||Length: 30-60 minutes|
|Artist: Andrey Gordeev, Taylor Bogle||Age: 8+|
|Publisher: Bézier Games||Complexity: 2.0 / 5|
Here is the successor, aka re-implementation, aka expansion to Silver. In fact, Silver Bullet can be played independently of Silver, but you can also mix the two decks together. The rules of both games are basically the same, except for the card effects. Bézier Games has really created an interesting way of creating a series of games that all work the same, but still create a new level of interest.
In this unboxing video you can see what comes in the box.
Music: Hopeful by AShamaluevMusic
I feel that this review reflects my own, independent and honest opinion, but the facts below allow you to decide whether you think that I was influenced in any way.
- I bought and paid for the game myself.
- At the time of writing, neither the designer, nor the publisher, nor anyone linked to the game supported me financially or by payment in kind.
- Silver Bullet: https://beziergames.com/products/silver-bullet
- Silver: https://beziergames.com/products/silver
- Bézier Games: https://beziergames.com/