Cloaked Cats

Quick! It’s time to sharpen your claws and head to the Cloaked Cat ball! Players try to unmask each other among all the velvet-pawed guests. They’ll try to play their cat cards skillfully, draw the right conclusions, all the while trying to reveal as little as possible about themselves. The player who can discover the most information about the other players wins.
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Cat noses turn into bloodhound noses: Who can unmask whom while keeping their own identity secret?
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This game calls for all the investigative skills of a Sherlock Holmes. The winner is the player who has combined and played their cards right.
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The best master detective scores the most points and wins.

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Exclusive: Game rulebook available for download

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In the new family game Cloaked Cats, players guess, use clever tactics and interpret what they see. This feline deduction game transforms 2 to 4 players into four-legged mouse hunters. The design of the game makes it easy to immerse yourself in the world of clever kittens.

Author:

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Connor was born in 1989, and lives with his wife and son in London, Ontario, Canada. After studying Multimedia Design and 3D animation, Connor joined his father’s game studio, Wiggles 3D, as an in-house designer and artist. Connor’s love of board games comes from his time spent with his father growing up. While he has been involved in the production of over 20 board games, his first authored game was 5-Minute Dungeon. The game made it onto the judges’ list of recommendations for Spiel des Jahres 2018 (2018 Game of the Year).

Illustrator:

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After forays into early artistic education and standard painting classes, Pablo Fontagnier, who was born in 1981 in Mannheim, dedicated himself to both digital graphics and graffiti. This interdisciplinary chaos means that you can find traces of “Pablo aka hombre” both on the computer and also on walls around the world. Pablo Fontagnier has remained true to the imagery and dynamism of urban culture, but has thematically thought well outside the box.