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Lure is a card-based game of mazes and misdirection that requires physical distance to play.  If you can reach someone by phone, text, video chat, or short-wave radio, you can play Lure together.  

In Lure, one player, the Dealer, deals out a maze of Treasures, Traps, and empty rooms.  Their opponent, the Seeker, verbally directs their token through a maze they cannot see.  The Seeker's goal is to collect Treasures, avoid Traps, and find the way out.  The Dealer's goal is to direct the Seeker toward Traps and away from Treasures, and possibly get the Seeker eaten by a Minotaur.  Both the Dealer and the Seeker start with points which can be used to bribe influence their opponent to move in a specific direction or to answer questions about the maze. When the Seeker finds the exit, the player with the most points wins.  Rules for solitare play, 2-handed play, and play using a standard 52-card deck are included.

This listing includes the Lure print-and-play black-and-white deck, the rulebook, and the handy Seeker map.

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June 11, 2020
This title was added to our catalog on May 29, 2020.