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Wizards and Werewolves is a pulse-pounding outdoor game that brings your favorite fantasy books, movies, and board games to life. The epic game where light battles dark is a team based game where the players have a specific role as either a were wolf or a wizard. Usually played in the backyard, it is a battle of skill and wits. This game is great for building team play and fun.

The goal of the entire game is to get the alpha werewolf out and avoid all of the other werewolves because they can tag you and turn you into a werewolf. When you tag a wizard they have to turn out their lights and howl and then they become a werewolf that will hunt others. Werewolves have crystals that they hide. The goal of the wizards is to get these crystals and lead the team to victory. Wizards will search for the Moon Crystal to end the curse and win the game. Wizards claim a special power some will heal their teammates and some will banish lesser werewolves- but all of them must unite to keep the throng of werewolves at bay.

Wizards and Werewolves is the perfect game to play with a group. It is a great way to get your kids playing outside and involved in being active and bonding without sitting in front of the TV.  The game is very fun, active and involved. The unique roles of the players make it better than just a game of tag. Different levels of the game make it complex enough for older kids or simple enough for younger ones.

The Wizards powers in the game include abilities like killing the alpha werewolf with one touch, being able to go in and out of bounds, ability to banish werewolves, a healer that can restore wizards once they have been turned into werewolves, and a teleporter. The Wizards and Werewolves game includes 5 wizard armlets, 1 Moon Crystal, 4 Field Markers, 2 Star Crystals, 1 Complete Rulebook, and 7 Character Cards. The game kit has three levels of game play ranging from simple to complex. It can include 4-10+ players. To find out more about this game or to see their Kickstarter please visit the links below.

Project Details:
Crowdfunding Campaign: Kickstarter
Launch Date: June 4, 2019
Ship Date: July 2019
Website:  StarLux Games