Average rating 6.61 BGG average rating 6.52
Last played 18-Jan-2005 Players 3 - 7
Total plays 3 Designer Emiliano Sciarra
Weight 2 Year 2002
Playing Time 40 mins BGG Entry BoardGameGeek

Player # plays # wins Average rating Last played
Andy 3 0 6.00 18-Jan-2005
Anne 1 0 7.00 25-May-2003
Boog 1 0 4.00 8-Oct-2002
Kev 1 1 4.00 8-Oct-2002
Oggie 3 0 7.00 18-Jan-2005
Paul 3 1 7.33 18-Jan-2005
Steve 3 3 7.33 18-Jan-2005
Tel 3 2 7.00 18-Jan-2005

quot;The Outlaws hunt the Sheriff. The Sheriff hunts the Outlaws. The Renegade plots secretly, ready to take one side or the other. Bullets fly. Who among the gunmen is a Deputy, ready to sacrifice himself for the Sheriff? And who is a merciless Outlaw, willing to kill him? If you want to find out, just draw (your cards)!quot; (From back of box)br/br/The card game BANG! recreates an old-fashioned spaghetti western shoot-out, with each player randomly receiving a Character card to determine special abilities, and a secret Role card to determine their different Roles are available, each with a unique victory condition:br/br/ Sheriff - Kill all Outlaws and the Renegadebr/ Deputy - Protect the Sheriff and kill any Outlawsbr/ Outlaw - Kill the Sheriffbr/ Renegade - Be the last person standingbr/br/br/br/br/A player's Role is kept secret, except for the Sheriff. Character cards are placed face up on table, and also track strength (hand limit) in addition to special are 22 different types of cards in the draw deck. Most common are the BANG! cards, which let you shoot at another player, assuming the target is within quot;rangequot; of your current gun. The target player can play a quot;MISSED!quot; card to dodge the shot. Other cards can provide temporary boosts while in play (for example, different guns to improve your firing range) and special one-time effects to help you or hinder your opponents (such as Beer to restore health, or Barrels to hide behind during a shootout). A horse is useful for keeping your distance from unruly neighbors, while the Winchester can hit a target at range 5. The Gatling is a deadly exception where range doesn't matter: it can only be used once, but targets all other players at the table!br/br/Information on the cards is displayed using language-independent symbols, and 7 summary/reference cards are