In the year 2266, the world is controlled by a fascist police state. Peace, love, unity, and respect have all been made illegal. Finding the relics of Reggae in the ruins of the old world, a circle of youths rediscovers the power of music. They plan to coordinate an enormous underground dance party to return the message of nonviolent resistance back to the people!
Past meets future in this dystopian science fiction game set in the year 2266.
It’s hippies vs fascist supervillains in this cooperative deckbuilder.
This is a very challenging game, as the villains are waay evil!
The player’s cards come in four types: peace, love, unity, and respect.
As well as having some nasty ability, each villain suppresses a type.
The active player must discard all cards of that type from their hand.
If multiple villains are in play, they might be suppressing two symbols; in which case the player is discarding about half of their hand!
On top of all of that, players in this peace and love game cannot simply fight the villains, instead they must SWAY the villain by gifting them a card from their hand of the correct type.
After this is done, players have very few cards left for buying other cards, which is crucial, because the villains are always destroying player’s cards!
If all four card types get suppressed, players cannot play cards and the villains win again!
The first time a given group plays Reggae Revolution, they will likely lose.
But, the game is short and they will do better the second time, but still lose.
By the third play through, the group will likely form cohesion and beat the fascists!