One player is the bank and controls the guards while the other players are a team of robbers. Take turns planning your actions by playing cards – but keep your strategies secret. Take turns revealing your actions by moving, picking up money bags, triggering alarms, and more! Will the Bank win by protecting its loot? Or will the robbers make off like bandits? Find out in this suspenseful game of teamwork and competition.
The only game my 14 year old looks forward to playing that’s not a video game
5 out of 5 stars
Bea - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
We play a lot of board games as a family and my 14 y/o is especially hard to please. He seems to hate all the games we have :) But! I got this one for Christmas and they’ve played it a few times and love it. I even overheard him telling his brother (11 y/o) that this game is “the first actually good board game” he’s ever played ;) In other words, get it! It’s a winner!
I will be giving this to a 14-year old boy for Christmas. As a new game from a relatively new game company, it got excellent reviews. The strategy game has sturdy pieces that should withstand many uses. The premise of the game is unusual and should pique the interest of 12-year-olds and up.
I love this game! It has simple rules that still make for complex gameplay, lots of interaction between players, well made parts and an attractive design. First time we played we didn't realize you can take the actions on the card in any order, you don't always have to move your token first (but you do always have to move).
Great family game! My mother and I were the robbers and my brother was the bank. He ended up winning, but it was close! I like the planning aspect. It’s not as unforgiving as RoboRally but still a ton of fun to plan your moves and then do them!
A fun and easy to learn game with interesting challenges and a lot of variety. Physical Quality is Superb!
5 out of 5 stars
TrueReview - 2 years ago
High quality material - wood pieces, nice game board, coated cards. Game design is relatively simple but a lot of variety from the design of the bank floor to which playing cards you decide to play and in what order. A few things (imo) were not covered by the instructions but were quickly answered by the company. - the amount of square the robber can move varies depending on the number of "running men" you have on your card - if you cant play your card (make a move) then "pass" The more you play the more you will discover the variety and challenges that are possible.