It's a Numbers Game!
Every card represents a doomed adventurer grabbing the most money for you in an epic fantasy dungeon!
Higher numbered cards contain crazier effects that might help you win, while lower numbers are more common.
Use the reference sheet to see what cards are still left in play as they’re being played.
Loot Your Enemies (and Friends!)
Every round the Loot Pot grows by 1 coin.
Wait until it grows by crazy proportions to snatch all of the gold! But don't gamble it all away!
The combined money you get and the remaining total score of the characters in your hand wins the round!
What’s in the Box?
Every Venture Party copy includes:
- 40 Cards
- 1 Cardboard Loot Pot
- 52 Loot Coins
- 1 Rule Book and Poster
- 7 Reference Sheets
- 1 Velvet Bag
- 16 Expansion Cards
- 1 Gold Death Coin.
Venture's Party's Key Features
Live or Die
Flip the metal, golden death coin if you’re ever knocked out of the game.
It's shiny and heavy! Almost as a valuable as real money!
Lots of Gold
Every game comes with enough loot for the base game and included expansion!
The expansion allows everyone to play with up to 10 players!
Every box looks like a dungeon inside of the box!
Look at that awesome magnetic box!
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This game was really easy to learn. Can play with as few as 3 people but is the most fun with a group of people. Mixes both skill and luck so every game doesn't end up the same. Definitely a good game to add to the collection. One person found this helpful
Love this game! WAY easier to learn than most card/board/tabletop games, but that doesn't mean there isn't a ton of strategy. Takes less than a minute to learn and has everyone laughing and fighting the whole time. It says 13 and up but I don't think it is that graphic, older people seem to like it too. We break it out to play with the whole family.
Love it. Nothing is so good as a game you can jump in on with new people at any given time. Quick rounds, so nobody is ever out for long. Was playing it with a friend at Pax East while waiting for another game to start. We were able to get a few rounds in and by that point we had a bunch of people just join in. The learning curve was perfect and people were having a blast by the end of their first game. One person found this helpful
Fun & fast soda and pretzel game for game nite. Easy to play, has luck and strategy elements, both. Each game lasts less that 30 minutes, usually half that. One thing is that the more the merrier in this game, so get a large party.
There was a lot of enjoyment the night that we played this with our teenage kids. This game is silly but not too silly with just enough dark humor to keep them engaged and laughing. Would really recommend it if you want to be unplugged and having a good time too!
i like this variation of the "Love Letters"-type of game where basically you play character cards against each other. the winner is the player who collects the highest value character cards plus loot tokens. this expands the basic Love Letters games by adding the mechanic of collecting character cards & loot coins rather than just pure survival. the artwork is colorful and whimsical.
Venture Party is a fun and unique game (especially these days) where the characters are anti-super hero. In fact they’re klutzy though endearing. The goal is to get the highest score which is not very different from every other game you’ve played. The game ends when the cards run out and everyone adds their remaining Hero Power Levels and their Loot Tokens. The character cards are really funny. They may help you or mess up everything you’ve worked so hard for – and maim themselves in the process. This is a quick game that’s easy to learn. No batteries. No streaming. No computers. All that’s needed is a few friends with a good sense of humor.
I got Venture Party for a gaming addicted group of friends just to see if I could get them away from their computers for a while! It worked, and they really liked the game. I'm a casual gamer at best and even I didn't have any trouble learning the game and having fun with it. I was relieved it combines luck and strategy so these crazy gamers didn't automatically win each game. 15 to 20 minute rounds so it's not too tedious, and folks can take a break and join in later if they want. Considering the relatively high price of the game, I found the quality of the cards and game tokens to be only average at best. The card graphics are very colorful and fun, and are decently rendered. **** 4 STARS - RECOMMENDED ****
We played a few rounds with a group of 5. We are usually fans of games like Cards Against Humanity, Apples to Apples and others. With so many Kickstarter backers, it was surprising that we were not blown away by it. Its not a bad card game, per se, but I thought this was more about luck than user-generated content and creativity that usually brings laughs to a party card game. On the other hand, this is a very good family game and definitely "safe for work." There is strategy involved of either holding on to a high-value card or playing it, which can make you or break you, but overall the one who has the right cards at the right time will win(Steal the pot cards.) See how the box-opening contents look like in the picture attached.