Duke it out in the courtroom!
In Lawyer Up, a two-player asymmetrical card game, players take on the roles of attorneys facing off against each other in a courtroom case. One player takes on the role of the prosecution and the other takes on the role of defense. Each case has its own unique mechanisms and story from Murder to Racketeering.
Area Majority/Influence, Card Drafting, Pattern Building, Set Collection
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Lawyer Up is a game of arguments, influence and strategies. Players start with Discovery, where they will go through all the evidence of the case and draft what they think is important for them to win. Then Players will take turns calling and questioning witnesses – building arguments by chaining together cards with the same symbols and earning influence. Attorneys then spend their influence to sway the biases of the jury to their side of the argument.
|Playing Time:||60-75 minutes|
|Mechanisms:||Area Majority/Influence, Card Drafting, Pattern Building, Set Collection|
Rock Manor Games
Taken from the official website: "Rock Manor Games is a small independent game publisher founded and run by myself (Mike Gnade) as a creative outlet for all my game projects, prototypes, and ideas. It wouldn’t be possible without the support of a bunch of talented independent contractors, artists, game designers, volunteers, and fans. Based in Wilmington, DE and distributed worldwide, Rock Manor Games’ brands include Maximum Apocalypse, Set a Watch, and Brass Empire. Why Rock Manor? The short answer is that I grew up on Rock Manor Avenue, but the deeper reason is that my time at that particular house during that portion of my life really instilled in me a sense of creativity and wonder. Back in the 1980s, I was drawing up collectible superhero cards based on my pets before creating an actual fantasy card game out of note cards that was sort of like Magic: The Gathering. This lead into some early video game development with Klik and Play before moving across the country twice and starting High School."