In this game players delved into the dungeon stealing treasure! But as they try to escape, a powerful sorcerer appears and begins to hunt them!
The adventurers all have their own set of dice and together they try to get through a deck of cards as quickly as they can. This is done by placing matching dice on matching symbols. When a card is filled completely, dice can be taken back and a new card drawn.
The sorcerer works according to the same set of rules, but only tries to fill their own cards in front of them.
Whoever empties their deck first, wins the game!
These rules described above are the basic set of rules. There are a lot of different expansion materials included to expand the gameplay. This can be done by selecting one of 6 scenarios at the beginning of the game.
Honestly, when I first saw this game passing by, I thought it would be a bit more strategic as it turned out to be. So I had some shifting to do in my head 😅.
Rush Out is a fun game, with a lot of dice rolling involved. For me it can be quite stressful, mainly because I can not always handle tension well 🤯
However, I've got lovely cousins who would LOVE such a chaotic dice rolling game. They love everything busy and they would definitely love this artwork as well. I think this is more of a family/children's game.
Because of the expansion possibilities, I'd say there is a lot of replay value.
I think this is a fun game to play as a family together with kids. The parent could play the sorcerer, and the kids can roll, roll, roll trying to beat them.
A copy of this game was provided to me by Sit Down Games for the purpose of writing this review. My opinion however remains my own.