Two Rooms and a Boom

Hey there you! How have you been? Hope you're looking after yourself in these wild lock-down times! We know you're being good and staying at home or are out there being essential, but have you thought of how you're going to reward yourself when it's safe to get back to your everyday life?

Maybe you'd like something that brings together a group of six to thirty friends over the age of eight? Oh yeah I think we've got some things for that...

Maybe you'd like a chance to flex those deception and deduction muscles that have been dulled by your month-long Netflix-binge? Hmmm, we could definitely suggest some options...

Maybe you'd like to satiate your urges of blowing up a high-ranking government official in a way that doesn't destabilise a major world power and result in your inevitable arrest for high treason and first-degree murder? Well then we absolutely have the game for you...!!

Back when many thought for years that it might never return to print: Two Rooms and a Boom is finally back in stock at Mind Games Melbourne!

Two Rooms and a Boom takes place in two separate rooms between which the players are evenly distributed. Just like most social deduction party games you will play as the goodies vs. the baddies based on a randomly assigned card; one of the goodies is the President and one of the baddies is the Bomber. Through five rounds players will swap between rooms, using the abilities of their character to try and figure out the secret roles of other players. If the Red Team's Bomber is in the same room as the President at the end of the game, then the Red Team wins; otherwise the Blue Team wins. Lie! Deceive! Trick! Other synonyms of lie!

If you think Two Rooms and a Boom sounds like the game for you then please come and grab yourself a copy from Mind Games Melbourne at 244 or 145 Swanston Street or you can find it on our online sister store Gumnut.io!

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