Let's Kill, Second Edition at a Glance
- A morbid card game of stick figure murder for three to five players.
- Whack victims with weapons and generate the most press in this darkly humorous game.
- Gleefully gruesome stick figure art and high production values make this game a beautifully bloody addition to your table.
Bask in the Mayhem: The World of Let's Kill
Grab your weed whacker and sharpen your spork — it's time to play Let's Kill! Play a serial killer bent on making a big media splash with the messiest, most creative kills possible.
In this darkly humorous game, kill Victims such as Claude the Mime in locations like the Taco Restaurant with weapons such as a Goldbergian Contraption. Ridiculous combinations make for good press!
Bring on the Blood: Gameplay Basics
Let's Kill is a deceptively simple game. During their turn, each player draws and places a Victim card, plays a card from their hand, and redraws.
Players can play Weapon cards (to whack Victims), Surprise cards (to surprise any killer with a new twist), or Event cards (to represent media and public responses).
But beware! An unlucky killer just might be caught in a shootout and lose a turn.
Score twenty points with creative killing to win the game!
Want to add more variety to your killing sprees? Buy one of the expansions (A Pretty Corpse or Crime Scene Investigation) to add more cards to your game. Crime Scene Investigation adds Law Enforcement and Psychosis cards to the game.
|Illustrators:||A. Joe Rheaume and Jeff Preston|
|MSRP:||$19.95 (Let’s Kill), $11.95 (A Pretty Corpse), $12.95 (Crime Scene Investigation)|
|Atlas Stock #:||AG1270 (Let’s Kill), AG1272 (A Pretty Corpse), AG1273 (Crime Scene Investigation)|
|ISBN:||1-58978-082-5 (Let’s Kill), 1-58978-095-7 (A Pretty Corpse), 1-58978-107-4 (Crime Scene Investigation)|
|Format:||Two 55-card poker-size card decks in a tuckbox with a rulesheet (Let’s Kill), 55 cards (A Pretty Corpse and Crime Scene Investigation)|
|Number of Players:||3-5|
|Play Time:||30 minutes|
|Release Date:||October 2005 (Let’s Kill), March 2007 (A Pretty Corpse), September 2010 (Crime Scene Investigation)|