Late last year I picked up Shoot n Skedaddle (from Turnstyle games), and thought they looked like they would fit my stringent requirements (fun to play and easy to run).
I ran two games last Sunday (10th December), in my Wild West town of Shinbone.
The first game was scenario one, with each of 4 player drawing 3 characters, one player drew a cowboy and both Soiled Doves I suggested he swap one out for a redraw but he declined). No Pictures of that game. It was mainly to get everyone acquainted with the rules.
We broke for lunch and afterwards played the scenario one again with new characters.
|Outlaws hanging around near the Saloon,|
|Some of the forces of Law and Order, The Judge (inside) and Mountain Man in the street,|
|Bodies piling up at the corner of the Dry Goods Store|
|Mountain man's body atop Herman's Feed and seed.|
|3 men remain, a pair of outlaws vs. the Bounty Hunter (atop the Sheriff's office) One outlaw has taken a hostage|
Players had a great time, but now expect more games of this, I guess I'll have to step up my terrain, Thanks! Turnstyle games.
One thing players didn't like was the amount of one shot weapons, (by one shot I mean you get 1 shot then have to reload before you can shoot again), but that could just have been the luck of the draw.