IELLO’s youngest addition to the family and a sequel to the famous and popular Biblios will be released very soon. This is why it is more than appropriate to provide more details about the game.
This young monarch has no knack for governing. For that reason, he surrounds himself with people to do his work for him. Each player will get to play as one of his advisors, to take advantage of him, in all kinds of ways but only if it is to their benefit.
First and foremost, players will have to gain their trust by taking on the most important government duties. They will distribute the duties and use their influence to outbid their opponents for the best jobs. Players will share cards, choose the most-high profile jobs... and then experience an auction phase as belligerent as it is clever! Your goal is to help a young king by taking care of his kingdom for him and take advantage of his gullibility. If everything goes well, you’ll get to become part of his government later on.
In "For the King (and Me)", discover a fantastic makeover of the acclaimed Biblios. The best part, the game can be played with now up to 5 players and enjoy a game that gets more intense... and more duplicitous in every game!
The gameplay mechanic of For the King (and Me) is more refined than ever and gets a brand new theme. See the return of a collector’s item/auction games reference. The game is easy to learn, subtle, and a reference to the auction/ collection games.
Designer: Steve Finn
Illustrations: Anthony Weinstock