In Bear Raid you’ll put on your power suit, pajamas, or prison jumper, and start buying and shorting stocks. Like every successful trader, your goal is to try and make the most money you can.
Players will buy and short stocks in the stock market during the action phase of the game. Event cards with clever news headlines will be used to determine how each stock is affected.
Through the use of 42 dice that you can manipulate with clever play, you'll influence the market, hopefully bending the stock prices to your advantage.
The winner is the one who's made the most money!
Designed by Ryan Courtney
In Bear Raid there is a certain amount of luck needed, but most of it comes down to you. It's not just a matter of chucking the dice and moving the prices. Each company has dice that can be manipulated, and they interact with different "event cards" every turn. You can get a glimpse of what might happen next turn, but it won’t be a perfect picture.
There are 42 dice in the game, but not all of them are rolled and its your choice how you influence the game. Leave dice on a company or take them back. Leave dice behind your screen or add them to the bag. These decisions will be just as important as buying or shorting the stock.
Are you the kind of person who wants the absolute best game?
With Bear Raid you can upgrade from the standard cardboard to chunky wood stock discs. To make sure you’re getting your money’s worth, the upgrade will have all 180 screen printed stock tokens and add both literal and figurative heft to the game.
Ryan is a New York City based designer who enjoys providing an opportunity for players to challenge themselves by adding a thinky unexpected twists to established genres.
Nick is a multi-faceted artist from Los Angeles illustrating both board games and television shows like HarmonQuest and Midnight Gospel.
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