Board Game Quest takes a look at the Incredibrawl card game and gives you their thoughts on the subject.
From the review:
When I was a kid, we used rock-paper-scissors to decide many things. Which team would bat first, what game we would play, or who had to tell mom we broke something just to name a few? Despite rock, paper, scissors being a simple mechanic, if used correctly it can be an effective mechanic in board games by simply taking three different attributes or unit types and make them have dominance and weakness to the other two types. This mechanic is used in a few board games today; Civilization comes to mind, as well as the game we will be looking at today. In IncrediBrawl, each player has a deck of cards with a vast array of colorful characters that deal out one of three damage types. Players will send out their champions in hopes of winning glory by defeating the other player’s creatures. I had the chance to play this game as a prototype during their successful Kickstarter campaign and have been looking forward to playing the final version. Is there more to the game than just a rock-paper-scissors mechanic? Let’s get to it.
IncrediBrawl is a simultaneous play card game for 2-4 players that plays in 30 minutes. In my experience, Incredibrawl plays well with all player counts.