By Andy Chambers & Mark Gibbons
& Ryan Miller
Available only in the UK and EU
USA and Canada customers
Please get your copy via your freindly local gaming stores
is a darkly humorous card game of skullduggery and suspicion for 2 to 5
players. In Dark Deeds players take the role of minions in service to a
powerful, mysterious, and clearly villainous, patron. The Patron wants deeds of
infamy, violence and coercion committed and you are the ones who must avoid the
authorities, the do-gooders and, most of all, each other to perform them. Rich
rewards beckon, along with horrific punishments for failure. So are you the
kind of malevolent minion the patron needs?
players need not apply.
Play Time: 1 hour
40 Card Street Deck with Deck Box
60 Card Tavern Deck with Deck Box
18 Suspicion Marks, Walnut and Cherry wood
1 Marks Pouch
1 'Most Suspicious Minion' Coin. Collectors sequentially numbered game coin.
1 Dark Deeds Custom D12 Dice
1 Dark Deeds Street Play Mat
1 Rule Book
1 Game Mode Card
Premium quality game content
The Team Behind Dark Deeds:
Andy Chambers is a veteran writer and games
designer with more than twenty five years experience. He is best known for his
work in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. From 1990 to 2004 he worked at Games
Workshop as lead designer for three editions of the Warhammer 40,000 miniatures
game (2nd 3rd and 4th), as well as
titles like Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Necromunda, Space Marine, Titan Legions,
Epic 40,000, Gorkamorka and Battlefleet Gothic. Andy moved into PC gaming to
work on the hit real time strategy game Starcraft 2 at Activision Blizzard.
Andy is now working as creative director for Reforged Studios and as a creative
consultant for Phoenix Labs in addition to designing worlds and writing fiction
for a variety of other publishers including; Black Library, Fantasy Flight
games, Hawk Wargames, Warlord Games, Dust Studios, Playmotion and
Gibbons is an old hand at this drawing lark. Raised in the untamed wilds of
Cymru, Mark first rose to prominence as an illustrator for Games Workshop in
the early 1990s, creating images for all varieties of Warhammer. The tabletop
is strong in this one since he has also painted for Grenadier, FASA, Rackham
and Privateer Press over the years.
the dawn of the Video Game Age he was lured him away, first to Sony PlayStation
development, then to Blizzard Entertainment where he set about designing all
manner of creatures and habitats for their Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo
universes. More recently, Mark was drafted into service at Riot Games, joining
their Foundations team in developing the world behind League of Legends.
Mark has now sailed his ship into
the turbulent waters of freelance and Dark Deeds is his first independent
Ryan has been in the gaming industry for 16
years, mostly as a game designer at Wizards of the Coast. He was the lead
designer for Duel Masters and Kaijudo, as well as working on several Magic: the
Gathering releases. For the past three years he's been doing game design and
consulting work for various game companies.
Games & Gears is one of the
world's most successful hobby product manufacturers. Having Created
products for some of the world's largest table top gaming conventions, brands
and artists including such as Gen Con, Adepticon and the list goes on.
They continue to push the bar in innovation and design. With over 20000 users
of their products and past award nominations. Manufacturing for companies in
the industry. Now they have teamed up with an all star crew to create a next
generation hybrid card/board game. Dark Deeds. Bigger better and stronger let
the good times roll.