Hunted: Kobyashi Tower includes all flash funding and Kickstarter-exclusive stretch goals!
If you're looking for another game in the Hunted series, check out Mining Colony 451.
Note: this is a pre-order. Hunted is slated for a January 2021 delivery.
Description: It’s your wife Sharon’s birthday, so you decided to surprise her at work with some roses and that expensive chocolate she’s always craving. Your marriage has been in a bit of a rough spot lately, and you were hoping today would be a bit of a turning point. Little did you know that as you arrived at Kobayashi Tower, a group of terrorists were securing the building and rounding up everyone inside as hostages. You managed to elude them, but your wife has been taken and is somewhere in the building.
Now, you’ll have to work your way through the skyscraper, take out the terrorists, and rescue your wife while the terrorists try to hunt you down.
Hunted: Kobayashi Tower is a fast-paced solo game that constantly presents you with tense choices. All the cards are multi-use forcing you to make quick decisions about which ones to discard and which ones to activate. You'll have to balance running, fighting, and hiding if you want to save your wife and get out of the building alive.
This game in the Hunted series uses a dice-rolling mechanism to resolve events and combat.
Hunted is a series of solo games in which you’re on the run from an overwhelming force that’s trying to take you out.
You’ll push your luck drawing cards trying to get the actions you need to find weapons, items, and new locations as you try to escape.
But be careful. If you make too much noise, they’ll find you…
Each game in the series will have the same core card play mechanism but a completely different combat system and style of play.
In Hunted: Kobayashi Tower, you’ll have to work your way through a massive skyscraper in order to rescue your wife who’s been taken hostage by terrorists. This game in the series uses dice-rolling as its core mechanism.
And in Hunted: Mining Colony 415, you’ll have to fend off blood-thirsty aliens and get back to your spaceship before the colony self destructs. This game in the series uses dexterity as its core mechanism.
While the core card play mechanism is the same for both games, they have completely different combat systems, event systems, and thematic elements.