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Bang! the card game

Let’s talk about a game called Bang.

Bang is in Italian spaghetti western themed card game.

You can play with three or four players on the low end or up to seven or eight on the high-end, depending on how many cards you have (like if you got an expansion set or something like that).

So you can do it with bigger groups than some other games, like Monopoly.

There are a lot of funny characters, like Slab the Killer and Calamity Janet.

As you may be able to tell, a lot of these names are slight variations on famous names from movies or books or what-have-you, especially westerns.

All the Bang cards have both the Italian words and the English words, to describe whatever they do.

This is kind of fun for me because I’ve studied a little bit of Italian. (I also know Spanish.)

But Italian aside, there are some fun things about the game.

For example, you have a sheriff whose role is revealed, as well as Outlaws who have secret identities and are trying to kill the sheriff, and one or more deputies who have a secret identities and are trying to protect the sheriff.

Basically it’s the bad guys against law enforcement.

It’s a pretty fun game. It’s kind of reminiscent of Mafia or other games where secret roles are used.

There’s also a game I recently played called One Night Werewolf, where there are a lot of secret roles as well.

That game has an accompanying app where you can add in the different roles you’ve used from all the different expansions, and it gets really ridiculous if you have too many.

Anyway, I’m kind of getting off topic so let’s get back to the original topic, the card game called Bang.

Another funny thing about Bang is that they put an exclamation point after the word in the name. So they write it “Bang!”.

Anyway, that’s pretty much all I have to say about Bang! for now. You should probably check it out sometime though. It’s one of my favorite games, even though there’s a lot of luck involved in winning.

There’s also a decent amount of strategy, some bluffing, and a lot of group interaction that makes it fun to play with your friends or family. Overall, it’s probably good for mental and emotional development.

Bang – The Bullet

There is a special version of Bang! shaped like a bullet. It has some extra characters and expansion packs, which can spice things up a bit.

You may want to check it out.

Thanks for reading!