Lord of the Fries (2015 Edition)
For 3-8 players, ages 12+, playing time around 45 minutes.
Welcome Back to Friedey's, the Fast Food Restaurant of the Damned.
It's pretty hard to get anything done around here, since everyone is dead. But don't let that worry you. As strange as it sounds, the dead can still assemble combo meals.
Lord of the Fries is a game about building meals from hands of random ingredients. This is the 2015 Superdeluxe Edition of Lord of the Fries, which includes all-new artwork from the classic game, and several alternate menus complete with their own decks of cards.
Lord of the Fries was introduced in 1997. It's had four editions since then, including a rare collectible version in a Chinese take-out box, and a �hiatus� edition from our friends at Steve Jackson Games. The new edition blows all the others out of the water, with colorful menus and stand-alone restaurant expansions, complete with their own art and menus.
Lord of the Fries was the sequel to Give Me the Brain, which was introduced in 1996. That game also has a 2015 Superdeluxe Edition. Because of course it does.
In Lord of the Fries, you and your undead coworkers must assemble combo meals from a hand of random ingredients. It's a simple mechanic with a simple premise and lots of funny art.
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