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Alderac Entertainment Group

Alderac Entertainment Group Love Letter

4.7
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  • A game of risk; deduction and luck
  • For 2 to 4 player game
  • Takes 15 minutes playtime

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Customer Reviews

Wonderful fast-paced game of luck and deductionLove Letter is one of the best cards game I've ever played. It is a fast-paced game of luck and deduction for 2 4 players. Its setup is quick and the gameplay is simple for anyone and everyone. The game contains 16 game cards, 4 reference cards and 13 wooden tokens of affection (red cube in this version).In Love Letters the players compete for the heart of the Princess by trying to pass her a love letter, while keeping other players letters away. The setup is easy, players shuffle the 16 cards and form a drawing deck. The first card is removed from the game (with 2 players 3 extra cards are remove), and each player get one card from the drawing deck.On her turn, a player takes the top card from the deck and play one of the two cards in her hand by playing it face up on the discard pile. Then the card effect is applied and either a player is knocked out of the round, or the turn passes to the player on your left. At the end of the round if only one player is left he or she gets a token of affection, if more than one player is left, the player with the highest value card gets the token. A player wins the game after winning a number of tokens based on the number of players.The cards:The Guard (1) guess a non-Guard card and choose a player. If that player has that card, he or she is out of the round. There are 5 Guard cards.Priest (2) - Look at another player's hand. There are 2 Priest cards.Barron (3) - compare hands with another player. The player with the lower value card is out of the round. There are 2 Barron cards.Handmaid (4) - ignore all effects from other player cars until your next turn. There are 2 Handmaid cards.Prince (5) - choose any player including yourself to discard his or her hand and draw a new card. There are 2 Prince cards.King (6) Trade hands with another player.Countess (7) if you have this card and the kind or prince in your hand. You must discard this card.Princess (8) if you discard this card you are out of the round.Thus, a player has to find a good balance between powerful cards with high gain, but can make him or her a target, but may give him or her a gain, and weaker cards that may cost him or her the token of affection.Overall, love letter is a great game, with a high replay value. It is not expensive (usually goes for around $8 on amazon, with a retail price of $12), and is lightweight, which means you can take it on the road.More game reviews @instagram (https://www.instagram.com/the_review_board/) 5Short and sweetA short, fun family & friends game that is perfect for eating up waiting periods. If you want to know how to play the game, there are plenty of well-crafted tutorials on Youtube, but basically the object of the game is to either be the last person standing (by having kicked everyone else out) or having the highest numbered card.Love Letter is deceptively simple but completely enjoyable. You can play as many rounds as you like, and I've found that even when playing over and over, each round is somehow new and fresh. There is a little bit of strategy, namely card-counting, as well as a little old school deception, but even if you lack the skills for either, winning's still a possibility.I love this version because it comes with the pretty red velvet pouch, as featured, that perfectly fits the sixteen cards and red cube tokens. Definitely worth the under $10 price! 5great filler game that'll last for years.Ah Love Letter...I wish that I could write a love letter to you delivered by your Princess.This game is amazingly fun for such a simple game. My kids and I play it incessantly and I doubt it'll ever stop. I play the game with buddies over game days, family when visiting, and in our house. It is such a versatile game. I find that when the kids and I are looking for a quick 5-10 minute filler before going to school we pick up Love Letter and play a round or two. Which in my opinion is so much healthier than watching television in those times.The game plays quickly enough to grab a game here & there but is intricate enough to provide many hours of fun.It's easy to explain to new players and if they don't get it after the explanation, one round through is sufficient to grab the majority of the game.I liked the game so much that I created a copy for myself to play with a buddy at work...it was actually a running gag. We had created a paper chess board & paper chess pieces and would play chess at work. Then we built another board and would email moves to each other over the day. However, we ended up enjoying the game so much that I bought another copy to keep at work.The fact that the game is so small made it another easy candidate for backpacking trips. During winter hikes I'm able to keep it in my chest pocket, when not hiking with a jacket I end up keeping it in my pack. Even with the cards being paper cards, i've yet to bend any of them by keeping them either in my pack lid or else in other areas that prevent bending.Overall, I love the game, it's a lot of fun and continues to be a hit in our house. 5A quick and super fun game - perfect for strategists and simple game lovers alike!My husband and I love this game for a few reasons:1. It's super portable! Seriously, the whole game takes up the space of a deck of cards but is contained in a nice little bag so you don't have to worry about losing any of the little tokens or having the cards get bent.2. It's a really simple concept but still involves strategy. We are big strategy game people, but some of our friends don't really get into them. They like simple games that they can understand quickly. This satisfies both needs as it's super quick to get but can become a little more complex when played with strategy. So far we haven't had a single friend dislike playing!3. It's extremely fun! This is maybe obvious, but we love this game. It's our go-to when we don't have a ton of time but want to play something fun and engaging.All in all, we love Love Letters :) Great concept, fun story and characters, and super easy for anyone to pick up and play. 5We love this gameWe love this game! Even though it has amazing reviews, I put off purchasing/playing it for a long time because I was a little put off by the description. I just wasn't convinced that a game about delivering a love letter could actually be that interesting. But now I'll gladly admit that I was very wrong about that!The game is incredibly simple to learn and play, there are only 16 cards and each say exactly what you do with them. Players try and eliminate each other throughout a round, and either the last person still in the round or the person with the highest card at the end of the round wins. The overall winner is the player to win a predetermined amount of rounds first (based on the number of players). There is a good amount of luck to the game, but if you pay careful attention to the cards played there is actually some pretty surprisingly in depth strategy, too!The game moves very quickly - each round takes less than 5 minutes - and that's only when you take a long time to think about your moves. If you get a group of players that know the game and can stay focused, you can probably play each round in 1-2 minutes.One great thing about the game is that it is literally pocket-sized and can be easily carried with you wherever you go. It's a great one to take to coffee shops, bars, or travelling.If you are like me, and are hesitant about the game because of the "theme", do yourself a favor and just buy it, it's a ton of fun! 5Fun and easy, one of our go-to games!Our family loves this game! It is very easy to learn and only takes about 30 minutes to play (play can also be shortened if desired). We've shared it with many friends and have yet to meet anyone who doesn't enjoy it. Each round takes about 3-4 minutes and there are several rounds in a game. You never hold more than two cards in your hand and game play is quick, so no one gets bored waiting for their turn to play. Plus, it's important to watch what other players are doing as it often gives you an advantage. The cards are sturdy and the wooden tokens are too. The pouch is pretty and a convenient way to store the game. It's amazing to me that a game consisting of 16 cards can provide so much fun. Unlike many games the 2-player variation works well and is as much fun as a game with more players. 5A fun light filler gameThis is a filler game, meaning the rules are quite simple and it can be played in fifteen minutes. You have 16 cards in the deck. You start out with a card, and play proceeds with you drawing a card and playing a card, performing the action written on the card. The object is to get the other player to go "out", thereby scoring you a victory cube. You win the game after you acquire a predetermined amount of cubes.The rules are quite simple. The artwork on the cards is beautiful. The game even comes with a little booklet telling a backstory behind the characters listed on the cards. You also get a red cloth pouch for the cards.Two caveats. I didn't care for the "cubes" that came with the game so I purchased some heart shaped tokens here on Amazon ( http://www.amazon.com/Broken-Token-Tokens-Affection-Pieces/dp/B00OP7NZBA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1419358028&sr=8-1&keywords=broken+token+tokens+of+affection ) It added some much needed theme and they are cute. Also, this game does not play as well with two people. Don't get me wrong; the wife & I enjoy playing it, it's just not at it's best with two people. 4Good things come in small packages.Love Letter arrived in the mail one lazy afternoon, and my wife and I decided to play it immediately. We immediately played three consecutive games, and plan on playing many more.The 16 cards are well balanced in terms of their effects. Holding the highest card is not always the best plan, and often you will win a round thanks to one of the lower valued cards.It doesn't take very long to play the game, with our games averaging 20-25 minutes with two players once we got the hang of the rules.My biggest complaint is that the cards are a little flimsy, causing me to put them in protective sleeves (not included) right away. If you were to play without sleeves, I fear an accidental fold could easily "mark" one or more of the cards. 5Fun, simple, and overall great little game!Fun, quick game to play with friends that is easy to learn and surprisingly fun. The basic idea is that 2-4 people can play and each starts with one card then draws one on their turn and has to play or discard one of their cards. Some cards have a special ability such as protecting you from any other players' actions for a whole turn or allowing you to guess what card another player has and if correct they discard it. The goal being that a player is out once they have no hand (ex: someone uses the aforementioned card and guesses their hand correctly, forcing them to discard) and last player standing wins.There's a bit more to it than that but once you start playing it is very simple to understand and is one of those games where everyone is up for "just one more round". 5Easy, fun light card gameThis is a fun quick risk/deduction/luck game. There are 16 cards. You are trying to be the last one with a card or end with the highest value. There are several cards of the lowest value, the guards and only one princess, the highest value card. Depending on the number of players, 2-4, the amount of rounds you are required to win the game is different. It's ok fun with 2 players, longer game and fun getting people out with 4 players, and I think 3 players is just right. I got the box set because I like to keep things in a box rather than just the bag. I am glad I got it so the cards don't get bent and the game doesn't get worn out as fast. We bring this as a quick easy game to play with family and friends in between games or later at night when we want to play a game, but don't have time for something longer. 5
Alderac Entertainment Group Love Letter

Alderac Entertainment Group Love Letter

4.7
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Regular price
£54.00
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£54.00
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£88.00
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