Sir Percival, the Round Table, Avalon, and many other cards from the world of King Arthur can help you win by getting zero cards in hand first.
Avalon is an expansion for Camelot – enough cards for a two player game or two more people to play when shuffled into a larger deck.
Crazier Eights is a fantasy card game with excellent artwork and exciting card interactions. To play the game, players take turns drawing one card, discarding up to one card, and playing up to one card for an effect. The first player to have zero cards in hand wins.
The art style stays consistent with the Camelot deck, it's excellent. And the card backs are exactly the same as well. Sometimes with expansions you get a slight coloring variation which can be annoying, but that is not the case here at all.
Last week i review the Camelot deck and you can read that review here. So what's the difference then? Why review them both? The reason is they play completely different. The Camelot deck is more strategic and generally a longer game. The Avalon deck is where all the power is!
There are a ton of game changers in this deck. Multiple suit cards, bonus actions for controlling assets or a number of assets and let's not even start on The King Claudas win condition card. In boxing terms the Camelot deck is a featherweight bout where there is a bunch of punching and counter-punching and this deck, The Avalon deck is like a heavyweight slugfest. I personally like to play with both the decks combined but if you want an all 2 player attack card game, you would for sure enjoy this set.
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