When I tell people I like Monikers, they generally look at me and say: really? I’m more of a Rachel, or Phoebe kind of person. Then we sit in awkward silence for a while. Anyway, Monikers is a party game for 4-20 people designed by Alex Hague and published by Palm Court.
Muse is a 2-12 player party game designed by Jordan Sorenson and published by Quick Simple Fun Games. Players break up into teams and attempt to find a mugger in a line-up of gorgeous looking picture cards. Their only clue was given to them by a crazed passerby, who, for some reason, does nothing but hum the description of the thief. If the team can decipher the song and identify the correct villain, then that team moves one step closer to winning the game. Welcome to Muse.
There were many secrets during the Cold War, there had to be. One of the most interesting was what was found years later in a hidden bunker somewhere on the outskirts of Berlin. A bunker, where they were trying to make the best game ever. Mechanics from great games like Cockroach Poker, Mascarade, and Love Letter had been unethically mixed together. Their components strewn across the floor. Above them in a glass container on a table, was the culmination of their research: Secrets.