I know the write-up says this is a board game not about the board game, but, listen, the board game element is so so good! Like I want to create my own custom wooden Traitor game box! I enjoyed the story and the conscious choice the player has to make to win or not... it takes some effort (and luck) to get into a winning position, and it would take a stronger person than I to give up the assured victory. I'm curious if the board game Traitor was entirely devised for this game or based off of some obscure classic? I would enjoy playing the board game without the dialogue, and wish that were an option after completing the game twice, once with a loss and once with a win. Thanks for the intriguing experience and the surprisingly challenging strategy board game!
Pete Vellucci Jr