Adventure Time Love Letter (clamshell edition)

Adventure Time Love Letter (clamshell edition)

Adventure Time Love Letter (clamshell edition) - New Addition!
In Stock!
Our Price: $11.99 Qty:
Credit Cards Accepted via PayPal

Adventure Time Love Letter (clamshell edition)

Game Description

From BoardGameGeek: 

Adventure Time Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 2–4 players based on the original Love Letter game by Seiji Kanai, except re-themed with characters of the hit cartoon Adventure Time. Players are suitors trying to gain the affections of Princess Bubblegum (#8).

In a round, each player starts with only one card in hand; one card is removed from play. On a turn, you draw one card, and discard one of the two, using the power of the discarded card to try to eliminate other players from the round. If you're the last player in the round, or the player with the highest card when the deck runs out, then you score a point. The game is played until a player reaches a certain amount of points determined by the numbers of players.

The card art is styled to be Adventure Time characters "cosplaying" the characters from the Tempest version of Love Letter by AEG.

One difference in this version is a new win condition. If a player plays a "Hero" (#5), either Finn or Jake, and makes another player (including themselves) discard the other "Hero" card, they win the round. The idea is that you are reuniting the iconic best buds.




Game Info

  • Suitable for ages 10 and up.
    Ages 10 & up
  • Average play time is 20 minutes.
    20 minutes
  • This is a 2-4 player game.
    2-4 players

Game Details

  • Genre(s):Family Games
  • Theme(s): Bluffing,
    Card Game,
    Deduction
  • Mechanics: Hand Management,
    Player Elimination
  • Publisher: Cryptozoic Entertainment
  • # of Players: 2 - 4
  • Age: 10 and up
  • Playing Time: 20 minutes
  • Published: 2015
  • Designer: Seiji Kanai

Supporting Information



Other Resources

© 2011 - 2017 All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions
Site develoment: In House Logic