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Road Hog: Rule the Road

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Ages Play Time Players
12+ 45 minutes 2-5

Designer(s): Randall Hoyt

Publisher(s): Jolly Roger Games, Ultra Pro

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  • WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small Parts

Product Description

Life on the road means relying on quick wits, mad skills, and a bit of luck to get there in one piece. Road Hog: Rule the Road captures the rolling shark tank that is our modern highway system where players shamelessly compete with each other in an infuriating race to be the first car off the exit to win.

The board is set up by placing seven road tiles. Players have a hand of three cards and use two dice to manipulate the traffic vehicles and move their own vehicle toward the exit. Cards are played to provide extra movement, move other vehicles, steal other players' cards, and create various other effects to attempt to jockey into first place.

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Average Rating: 4.5 in 1 review

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Fast, simple, screw your neighbor game
January 31, 2017

I played this game at GenCon 2016 with the designer, and it was a great game. I'm always looking for games that are simple enough for my parents to play, so heavy strategy or complex mechanics are out.

Road Rage hits the nail on the head by being simple to play, easy to learn, fast and fun for everyone. Anyone who has driven in heavy highway traffic can absolutely relate to the game which makes it that much more fun when you really stick it to the other players. I took off a half star because I feel like over time the replayability aspect would diminish, but I can see it being a family favorite.

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