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- 54 miniatures
- Four unique factions
- Unique battle resolution mechanism
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Cry havoc, from designers Grant rodiek, Micha? oracz, and Michael walczak is a card-driven, area control, war game set in a brutal Sci-Fi world that plays in 90 minutes or less. The players will be in command of one of 4Unique factions with varying abilities and units. The game will include 54 custom miniatures, a large format board, and over 100 unique cards, all with stunning new artwork.
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I've only played the 2p version, but I can only see that having more players makes it even more fun. It would definitely increase action on the board. The game itself is not very complicated, but, as others have noted, the rule book could be a bit clearer. Luckily, you can find some FAQs online. After playing a few rounds, games speed up and you can see players catching on to their factions' strengths and weaknesses and amending their strategies. This is super fun for the right group of people; however, it could be a long nightmare for people who aren't familiar with playing games of this weight.
I've seen several people comparing it to Blood Rage, while also saying they haven't played Cry Havoc--they're just assuming. Sure, there are a few similarities between the games: battling, card playing, recruiting. But each game does these things differently, and there are many more differences between the games that I don't see them being comparable by any real measure. You could own both and play both regularly with your group. Blood Rage does a good job of allowing players who are down to amend their strategies and try to score in a variety of ways, so the game can be volatile and suspenseful. Cry Havoc, on the other hand, is more traditional in that a well executed and sustained strategy is going to pay off, especially if that strategy considers the player's faction's strengths and weakness in relation to the other players. I have both games, and really like both games.
Will update with pictures and any further developments from future game plays.