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Coming Soon: ‘Vampire Werewolf Fairies’

There’s another werewolf game on the way! This time it’s not a video game though, but rather a card game titled Vampire Werewolf Fairies. The game comes from Gozer Games, the same folks that brought you Zombie Ninja Pirates, and will be released May 2011.

From the official Gozer website:

“Can you become the ultimate mystical combo-creature?

Vampire Werewolf Fairies® is a fast-paced, tongue-in-cheek fantasy game where you become the magical characters of a vampire, werewolf, witch, or fairy, or combinations of all four. You race to collect objects in your Chest to help you or hurt your opponents, depending on which characters you become. With well known, award-winning artists and silly strategy, this is a quick, fun game for the whole family.

Vampire Werewolf Fairies® is a light-hearted card game that can be played by itself or together with Gozer Games’ award-winning game, Zombie Ninja Pirates®. Some of the best known artists in the comics genre — Phil Foglio, John Kovalic, Randy Milholland, Terry Moore, and Neko Pilarcik — have created the outstanding and memorable artwork.

Vampire Werewolf Fairies® is a quick 20-30 minute card game for 2-6 players ages 13 and up. It can also be combined with Zombie Ninja Pirates and played up to 10 players.

Game comes with 108 cards plus instructions.”

Sounds interesting, it definitely has me intrigued despite the fact that I’m not really a fan of card games. Points to them for that. I’m tempted to buy the game just for the little comments at the bottom of each card, they’re hilariously awesome. My only real issue with what I see so far is the art, I would have loved it if they had used a few different artists. Some of the art is fantastic, but the rest is, well, low-quality and cheesy. Other than that I think Vampire Werewolf Fairies sounds like an entertaining and fun game, what about you?

– Moonlight


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moonlight • April 18, 2011


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