Osprey Adrift Card Game Up On Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Card Games
Jun 6th, 2017

Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink.
Water, water everywhere, and… hey, stop eyeing my leg like it’s a giant roast, will you?
Osprey Adrift is a new social deduction card game from Plucky Robot. In it, players are adrift on the high seas. Their ship disabled by an attack from a kraken, supplies are running low. To make matters worse, apparently there’s at least one, maybe more, cannibals on board (I guess look for the ones getting fatter, as opposed to thinner). Will you be able to survive?
The game is up on Kickstarter now.

From the campaign:

After being attacked by an angry kraken, the One Winged Osprey is lost at sea. Food is running low for you and your fellow pirates, and there won’t be a rescue any time soon. To make matters worse, there seems to be a group of cannibals on board, making their way through the crew at night, one by one…

Osprey Adrift is a social deduction game for 4 to 12 players and takes approximately 10 minutes per player to play. The core gameplay was inspired by the popular party game, Mafia (Werewolf), but offers a bit more strategy and a strong element of hand management.

The campaign has already reached its funding goal, so it’s on to stretch goals for the next 24 days.


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  • Cannibals on a life boat is an amazing theme for a social deduction game 😀

    • odinsgrandson

      Yeah- you just have to suspend your disbelief a little- since they’re apparently able to hide their killing and eating on a tiny life boat.

      • Maybe everyone’s tired and they all sleep enough that only one person is on watch at a time (even if it was meant to be 2)

        • odinsgrandson

          There’s not a ton of elbow room on a life raft.

          Murdering AND eating someone sleeping between to guys is one helluva successful sneak check.

          But cannibalism among pirates is worth the suspense of disbelief.