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Board game review & gameplay of: Reckless Sloths

Game design: S. Levi & A. Prizginaite

Illustrations: S. Vinjars & S. Levi

  • 6.5/10
  • 7+
  • 2-5 players
  • 20-30 minutes


In this game the goal is to save as many reckless sloths as you can! As is shown in the picture, there are two rows of cards, the top one being the sloths to be saved with their abilities and the lower one the dangers of which they need saving. All players take turns by first drawing an action card and then by playing as many action cards as they want, saving a sloth, stealing a sloth, switching a sloth. And if they don't feel like playing action cards, they may draw another action card from the deck. The first one to save 8 (2-3p) or 5 (4-5p) sloths is considered a true hero and also the winner of the game.


I like this filler type of game. It reminds me a bit of Monopoly Deal. The rules are simple and there is a lot of luck involved, so this game is perfect after a long day of work or during a picknick in a park with some friends. The art looks really cute and funny, allthough in the art I can't really tell the different cardtypes apart from each other as there are sloths everywhere! But, again. They do look nice and the game plays well.


A copy of this game was provided to me by S. Levi for the purpose of writing this review. My opinion however remains my own.

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