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Masters of the Night Review: A Modern Game with a Retro Look

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14 Apr 2021 00:00 #322053 by Shellhead
The setting is a nameless metropolis in the late 1940s,...

Masters of the Night is a Kickstarter board game that just recently shipped to backers like myself. It is a cooperative/solitaire game for 1 to 5 players, and can be played in 30 to 120 minutes. The game designer is newcomer Nikolay Aslamov and the publisher is Ares Games. Some of the graphic design was done by Peter Gifford, who is better known at BoardGameGeek.com as Universal Head.

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14 Apr 2021 10:14 #322054 by charlest
Thanks for this. I've been following your discussion of the game in the forums and my curiosity on this one has remained.
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14 Apr 2021 13:37 #322082 by Shellhead
I realize that this review was more dry and mechanical than the norm for this site, but one of my few issues with the game was tied to a specific mechanic, so I felt compelled to talk about the rules in some detail.
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