Games for two don't usually jump off the shelf and bite me but this one really did. The setting is familiar but not stale. Instead of the typical violence between man and nature or man and man, Dan seeks to guide you toward finding the good in even the most forsaken. In the cruel but supporting hands of his game mechanics you go on an emotional journey of two survivors at the end of everything. Card by card you'll be pushed into the dark emotional pits of each other's souls. In the end will one of you find the strength to pick up the gun or the strength to throw it away.
The game is simple. The rules simpler. This is a master stroke of emotional rug pulling.
The game is pay what you want, but it should be pay a dollar for every tear you wipe from your eyes as you put the gun back down on the table, now alone in the world forever.
[5 of 5 Stars!]