How to Rob a Bank

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One player is the bank and controls the guards while the other players are a team of robbers. Take turns planning your actions by playing cards – but keep your strategies secret. Then take turns revealing your actions by moving, picking up money bags, triggering alarms, and more! Will the bank win by protecting its loot? Or will the robbers make off like bandits? Find out in this s…
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  • Player Interaction
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  • The heavy emphasis on teamwork.
  • The ability to forward think and react when necessary.
  • The feeling of being a true mastermind.
  • The emphasis on theme through its style.
  • Easy to pick up and learn as you go.

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  • Being outnumbered.
  • Having a plan foiled and card wasted.
  • The risk of forgetting to cooperate/communicate.
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One player is the bank and controls the guards while the other players are a team of robbers. Take turns planning your actions by playing cards – but keep your strategies secret. Then take turns revealing your actions by moving, picking up money bags, triggering alarms, and more!

Will the bank win by protecting its loot?
Or will the robbers make off like bandits?
Find out in this suspenseful game of teamwork and competition!

Zatu Score

Rating

  • Artwork
  • Complexity
  • Replayability
  • Player Interaction
  • Component Quality

You might like

  • The heavy emphasis on teamwork.
  • The ability to forward think and react when necessary.
  • The feeling of being a true mastermind.
  • The emphasis on theme through its style.
  • Easy to pick up and learn as you go.

Might not like

  • Being outnumbered.
  • Having a plan foiled and card wasted.
  • The risk of forgetting to cooperate/communicate.