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At Gen Con 2015 this year, Smirk and Dagger Games (Cutthroat Caverns) debuted . If you are not familiar with them, Smirk and Dagger Games are known for having a good amount of backstabbery in their games. While Nevermore is not as backstab heavy as some of their other titles, Nevermore does feature some interesting and unique mechanics that made me eager to get it to my gaming table. Was it worth the wait? Let’s find out.

My favorite part about Nevermore though has to be the way they handled the player elimination. Smirk and Dagger Games succeed in creating a player elimination game without actually eliminating anybody. The raven mechanic was so clever that no one ever has to feel like they are out of the game. Coming back from being a raven isn’t easy, but it’s actually not as hard as it seems. This is great because even if a player gets ganged up on and is knocked out early, it’s definitely possible for them to bounce back quickly and be right in the thick of things.

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    • Publisher- Smirk and Dagger Games
    • Designer- Stuart Sisk
    • Publish Year- 2013
    • Number of Players- 3 to 8
    • Age- 14+
    • Playing Time 30 Minutes
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I’ve only played a few Smirk and Dagger Games but is easily my favorite from them. I think they’ve hit on something with Nevermore that’s both fun and easy to learn. The game is light enough that you can play with just about anyone, yet still has the depth to convince to play if multiple times. If you are looking for a fresh take on the card drafting mechanic, give a try.

At Gen Con 2015 this year, Smirk and Dagger Games (Cutthroat Caverns) debuted . If you are not familiar with them, Smirk and Dagger Games are known for having a good amount of backstabbery in their games. While Nevermore is not as backstab heavy as some of their other titles, Nevermore does feature some interesting and unique mechanics that made me eager to get it to my gaming table. Was it worth the wait? Let’s find out.