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DEVOUR Card Game Demo with David Mazure
October 29, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm EDTFree
Test out the new game DEVOUR, at our new Easton games hub, Punch Out Games. Play the game of DEVOUR, taking on the role of one of seven forest-dwelling creatures, and feed upon as many of your opponent’s cards as you can. Bout after bout, compete for your very survival. Establish the largest Feed Pile, propel yourself to the top of the food chain, and become a true apex predator! Discover over 60 beautifully illustrated cards. Whether you prey or become prey, you better prey you survive!
Take on the role of one of seven forest-dwelling creatures and feed upon as many of your opponent’s cards as you can. Bout after bout, compete for your very survival. Establish the largest Feed Pile, propel yourself to the top of the food chain, and become a true apex predator!
Explore the Forest Floor to find dinner for your family. But, beware! The denizens of the Forest Floor will do everything in their power to make life as difficult for you as possible. Will you get stung by Yellow Jacket? Will you catch dinner, only to have it escape your clutches? Will Black Bear stop you in your tracks?
Just make sure you capture your meal before Mountain Lion has YOU for dinner.
Uncover animals with unique abilities, use guile to navigate the Forest Floor, and complete over 25 unique storyline scenarios.
Based on the classic fable, Crow is angry and blames Red Fox. Play as Crow and hatch schemes to thwart Red Fox’s plans or play as Red Fox and slyly avoid Crow’s conniving capers.
As Crow, fly around (while avoiding Bald Eagle!) and use your influence with your critter companions by rearranging the Forest Floor. As Red Fox, avoid Black Bear and try not to let Crow foil your plans of returning to your den victorious after a successful hunt.
Utilize tokens, standees, and special card abilities to outwit and outlast your opponent.
An Art professor at East Stroudsburg University, David Mazure combines creative digital media with an analog foundation in two-dimensional graphic design and fine art classes. Currently, his creative activity is focused on Design for Good: art and design projects that involve the whole community.