THE COLDEST NIGHT BOARD GAME GUIDE

The Coldest Night board game is a light and compact cooperative survival game about making it through the night. It relies heavily on number manipulation to make smart decisions about when to burn your handy doll, window frame, pile of clothes or other handy items. You might not want to play this one over and over again but experiencing it that first, and maybe second time is a delight.

In The Coldest Night players feed fuel into a fire to keep it lit. Each card brings a certain amount of heat but also requires the fire to be above a certain heat to burn it. With the fire constantly dying out, players must work together against the encroaching cold to sequence their cards so everything in the deck can be burned. If you can make it through the night you win, otherwise one of the many things that can kill you does.

RELEASE YEAR: 2020

PLAYERS: 1 – 4

GAME TIME: 20 minutes

GENRE: Cooperative Survive the Deck

THE COLDEST NIGHT - INTERESTING FACTS

The Coldest Night was designed by first time game designer Brian Burgoyne.

The Coldest Night is published by Indie Boards & Cards, the publisher that also brought you Aeon's End, The Resistance and Flashpoint.

THE COLDEST NIGHT - USEFUL LINKS

THE COLDEST NIGHT - FAQ

Up to you, use your randomizer of choice.
yes, as long as the value matches the fire value of the current pit exactly, you can remove all that apply.
Yes, it is completely up to you how you want to allocate the scavenge cards.
No, once you get it, place it in the center of the table, ability side up, to show that it is available. Not only can the active player who got it use it at any time, it is available to any player who wants to use it.

THE COLDEST NIGHT - EDITORIAL

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THE COLDEST NIGHT - VIDEOS

VIDEO: Tom Vassel Reviews The Coldest Night 
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