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Unexploded Cow

Year:2001
Designer:James Ernest
Publisher name:Cheapass Games
Price:US$ 6
Type:Board
No. of players:3-6
Age:10 years and up
Duration:½ hour
English reviews:EFUN
Online shop:EFUN (EN)
Press info:So you've decided to make a little spending cash this summer using Mad Cows (which are going
cheap in England) to clear fields of unexploded bombs in France (which apparently pays pretty
well). Okay, but you'll have to remember to play better than all your friends, or you're just as
likely to lose money.

Unexploded Cow is a money game in which the players are trying to collect enough points to win
the Pot. On every turn you will buy Cows and pay for special effects by putting money into the
Pot, then try to discover bombs with your own Cows in an effort to take money out of the Pot. All
along, you will be earning points from the French as you liberate town after town from the terrors
of unexploded bombs, and the player who scores the most points gets whatever's left in the Pot.

Unexploded Cow is best played as a series of short games, each of which takes about half an
hour. The game is quite simple and very chaotic, and we think you'll have a blast.
Last modified:10.01.07

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