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Gremlins, Inc.

This is an intense strategy board game in a steampunk world of corrupt capitalist gremlins who compete for money, political power and prestige. Save and invest, steal and extort, arrest and get arrested – in single-player and multiplayer, with ranks and ladders, team mode and spectator mode. Featuring seasonal content updates, regular tournaments, item drops, full support of Steam Community Market – and more! HOW DO YOU PLAY THIS GAME? Gremlins, Inc. is designed for up to 6 players, in multiplayer or in single-player mode (with AI bots). Each player has 6 cards on their hand (replenished from the same deck) and uses them either to move around the playing field or to perform different game actions.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Great way to lose friends.
Highly recommended 10 out of 10

Review from Steam

Gremlins Inc, is a board game with a Monopoly-like theme, but perhaps it plays more like Talisman. You are dealt a hand of cards from a common deck and use these to move around the gremlin city, earn resources, complete goals and attack your enemies. It has more strategy than some the games that inspired it because you aren't a slave to the roll of the dice for where you must land next. You are instead a slave to which cards you draw since each card gives you a number of spaces you can move, between 1-6. This allows you to plan ahead a bit so that you can play your cards in such a way as to avoid bad spaces. I will say there's a bit of problem in that all players draw from the same deck. I would prefer if it were set up more like a deck building game and each player started with their own crap deck they could improve by buying better cards (and making sure to maintain a mix of movement values between them.) This would also help with the cards the combo with other cards, because with the deck being so big, it feels very unlikely that you'll see both of the cards that work together. But the other way you could build your deck so that your cards work together.
That is all beside the point. Because the game is fun. And there are a lot of different avenues to explore, like politics or money, or prison experience. I don't think you'll get bored of it too quickly, although, it would be nice if each game were a bit shorter.

Review from Steam

honestly just imagine monopoly but you have 12 times the ways of being a capitalistic gremlin (because thats how many characters you get to choose from)

Review from Steam

A fun way to pass time. You click things, stuff happens, you hear satisfying sounds. Artwork and flavor text have soul. Wishlist and get it on sale.

Review from Steam

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Review from Steam

Love the art style and gameplay! Background music always slaps. Wish there were more maps

Review from Steam

I love board games. I have a board game collection that is similar in value to my PC set-up. As a board game geek, I can tell you that this is easily one of the most fun board games I have ever played, virtual or otherwise. The game is compelling against AI players as well as against human players. The various systems that are overlayed in the game play into each other nicely and really allow you to stretch out your board game strategery. A necessary addition to anyone who has a passing interest in more fleshed out board games (ie games more advanced than Monopoly).