The classic game of deception like you've never seen it before
Werewolf is a simple game for a large group of people… I'd call it a party game, except that it's a game of accusations, lying, bluffing, second-guessing, assassination, and mob hysteria.
Andrew Plotkin, creator of Werewolf
The rules are simple. The moderator divides players into two secret teams – the werewolves and the villagers. The werewolves' goal is to kill the villagers; the villagers' goal is to identify the werewolves and vote to hang them.
The game cycles between day and night. During the night, everyone closes their eyes except the werewolves. The werewolves will silently decide which player they want to kill. Once they've made their choice, the moderator asks everyone to open their eyes, and announces who was killed.
Then everyone is free to say or do anything to guess who the werewolves are, and vote to hang the player they suspect. That player reveals their identity, and if there are any surviving werewolves, night begins again.
Werewolf is a game anyone can enjoy - the only skills you need to play are ones you already have - the ability to read other people and convince them you're innocent… or that someone else is guilty.
It's also perfect for teams - working together is an amazing way to build rapport, foster communication and strategy - and it's great for bonding.
Ideal for team building, corporate retreats, nerdy stags, unique birthday parties, and more…
Werewolf is a great game, Jon moderates it really well, being a werewolf: super fun
Amirul Ruslan, journalist and writer
Wow, this Werewolf game with Jon was amazing
Silvio Michel, entrepreneur
Okay, so that was barely… OK, but I'm German, so that's very high praise
Adrian Grigore, a German