When I played Dog Bear, my team infiltrated an enemy base, kidnapped a scientist at knife point, blew up a weapons depot, and drove off into the jungle in a stolen jeep.
Fun times, had by all!
Oh, it's like Cards Against Humanity without the shitty ableist, sexist, etc content. Nice.
A little bit Fiasco, a little bit Dog Bear, The Suits is another extremely lightweight pick-up RPG that's worth carrying with a deck of cards.
This, and the original, are exciting bluffing/hidden role games. There's a bit more to keep track of than, say, Coup, but the variety in roles makes for an exciting and unpredictable time.
Despite the cute anime-esqe theme, this is a game about being a catty bitch. Real talk.
Clearly inspired by the short-lived World of Warcraft ccg's Raids, Middleware is a delightful cooperative spin on the deckbuilding genre. Experienced players will almost certainly want the alter access addon, though.
Probably one of the more varied takes on what is effectively Rock Paper Scissors. The shuffling gets old, though.
A sweet, soothing title. Not exactly a game of deep strategic depth, but it's very nice for simple play.
A delightful one-shot-in-a-box playable with any skill level and a deck of cards, Dog Bear is probably one of the best efforts to take the piss out of the Metal Gear Solid series.