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Superfight!

About the Game

Imagine Cards Against Humanities meets Apples to Apples.

Then, after they meet, they fight to the death.

Superfight is a hilarious new card game that is all about arguing with your friends about ridiculous fights.

The game is very simple, very fun for all levels and kinds of players, and very customizable.

Check it out:

The core deck has 500 cards. 160 characters (white cards), and 340 powers and weaknesses (black cards). These cards are used to create situations like this:

As you can imagine, the resulting discussions are absolutely amazing.

 

You can order your copy here.

 

Here is an example from the Facebook comments about one of the fights posted online where a samurai who could control hair :

 

"All these assumptions about the limitations of a hamster ball! I doubt that anyone here was imagining these kindergartners cloning themselves without cloning their clothes. Am I right? Of course their clothes get cloned, too! So why wouldn't the hamster ball be cloned, as well? It's something that encompasses the class, touches most if not all of them, and is a part of this HERO unit. Therefore, given that the samurai is a single person with a relatively slow method of transportation, it won't be long before he or she is overrun with giant hamster balls full of children (working together, or not)."

 

These conversations are why people love this game, and why we know you will.
 

The core game is pretty neutral in terms of content, meaning most people will recognize most cards. AND the game can be expanded with SIX expansion packs:

The Blue Deck adds one hundred fight locations to Superfight. From comic book conventions to the wild west to oceans of gelatin, this deck will take every bout to a new level as well as a new place. 

 

The Green Deck adds one hundred kid-friendly cards to Superfight. From fairy tales to cartoons to food weapons, this deck will add some good clean and sometimes messy fun to your game. Don't be fooled by the subject matter; this deck has some very powerful cards.

 

The Red Deck adds one hundred really terrible and likely offensive cards to Superfight.

 

The Purple Deck adds one hundred scenarios to Superfight. From land mines to kitten stampedes to disabling electric devices, this deck will add an extra level of hilarious fun to every round.

 

The Orange Deck adds one hundred really geeky cards to Superfight. From sci-fi to fantasy to comic book nerdery, this deck takes Superfight to your mom's basement like never before.

 

The deck with the gear is The Hero Machine.

 

The Hero Machine adds one hundred new cards to your Superfight game that take your available characters in a whole new direction. 

The cards are split into three decks. Each deck contains words that combine to create a character.

When a player plays a "TO THE HERO MACHINE" card, he or she chooses one card from each Hero Machine deck

Deck 1 contains words like:

  • Super
  • Giant
  • Flying
  • Retired
  • Flaming
  • Mutant

Deck 2 contains words like:

  • Monkey 
  • Zombie
  • Girlfriend
  • Dino
  • Bat
  • Hero
  • Sumo

Deck 3 contains words like:

  • Asassin 
  • Swarm
  • Babies
  • Cyborg
  • Army
  • Duo
  • Love Triangle

Players choose one card from each deck, and place them in order to generate combinations such as

"Flying Girlfriend Army"

"Giant Zombie Babies"

and

"Retired Dino Love Triangle"

This is a powerful and very funny deck, and will add thousands of possible characters to your game.

 

 

 

Superfight was successfully funded on Kickstarter in early 2013, and will be shipping late September.

It is currently on a very big boat heading for Los Angeles!

Thank you all so much for your continued support.

 

A percentage of proceeds goes to Futures Without Violence, my favorite charity ever. Find out more at futureswithoutviolence.org.

 

Written by Superfight Support — September 05, 2013

Superfight Print-and-Play review from Kickstarter Ali:

"My kids just played Superfight and they loved it! They go to a game club on Fridays and some kids will bring game consoles, or laptops, some will bring Magic cards but their advisor also tries to get them to play more social games like Werewolf or Munchkin, so yesterday he brought in Superfight and it was a big hit. I picked them up from game club yesterday and they didn’t stop talking about it and the matchups that got created til evening! Which is a big thumbs up, as they tend to just come home and disappear."

Written by Superfight Staff — June 17, 2013

Who would win?

Join the conversation here!

Written by Superfight Staff — June 14, 2013

Overheard in a Superfight Matchup...

"All these assumptions about the limitations of a hamster ball! I doubt that anyone here was imagining these kindergartners cloning themselves without cloning their clothes. Am I right? Of course their clothes get cloned, too! So why wouldn't the hamster ball be cloned, as well? It's something that encompasses the class, touches most if not all of them, and is a part of this HERO unit. Therefore, given that the samurai is a single person with a relatively slow method of transportation, it won't be long before he or she is overrun with giant hamster balls full of children (working together, or not)."

 

These conversations are why we love this game.

Written by Superfight Staff — May 31, 2013

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Superfight was created by Darin Ross, and is published by Skybound.

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