Board Game Quest has a new review article up. This time it’s the mobster game, Cash ‘N Guns (the 2nd edition).
From the post:
Cash ‘n Guns, designed by Ludovic Maublanc, was originally published in 2005 by Repos Production. Despite being well received, initial print runs were small. The worst thing about Cash ‘n Guns was that it was nearly impossible to acquire. Prices on the secondary market were mostly over $100. For people newer to the hobby that never picked up Cash ‘n Guns during its original print run, they would have to fork over an arm and a leg to get a copy.
Fear not, your wait is over. Repos Productions, along with Asmodee Games, has published a second edition of Cash ‘n Guns which is now widely available. Largely the same as the original, In Cash ‘n Guns you take on the role of a gangster attempting to split loot after a successful heist.
Cash ‘n Guns is bluffing game that plays 4-8 players in about 30 minutes, it plays best with 6 or more players.