Button Men: Beat People Up Game Giveaway

Button Men: Beat People Up Game Giveaway

The title and theme of this game lead you to believe it’s pretty violent, but don’t let it throw you. Unless you are out of control when you roll your dice, these battles could be family-friendly. Button Men: Beat People Up is a dice game from Cheapass Games where you’re battling to steal your opponent’s dice.

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Mega Giveaway 2018 – Button Men: Beat People Up Game

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13 comments on «Button Men: Beat People Up Game Giveaway»

  1. Josh Christian says:

    Good components make for smoother gameplay, but with a great theme you can really have a lot of fun!

  2. brody says:

    I would have to say they both are important, but for me, it would be a components.

  3. KT says:

    Actually I prefer the game play mechanics and type of game- more than the specific components or the theme

  4. JT says:

    Mechanics and then components

  5. Maggie says:

    I would say components are more important in an average game, but for a game to be truly quality it needs to have both.

  6. Paloma says:

    For me, the most important in a game are the components.

  7. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    The components

  8. Sue E says:

    Both of these facts make the game!
    I have to go with the components.
    You can always change the theme if you have components to work with

  9. PBinCT says:

    The theme

  10. Juli W. says:

    I would say both are equally important.

  11. Caroline Lennek says:

    Tough question, but since I must choose, I’d say the components are the most important. You can always adjust, add or subtract rules to come up with a theme that works.

  12. Andrew W says:

    Theme is always the most important, because a bad theme can kill a game. Components are second to me, however they are a strong second, beautiful components make a game more fun to play.

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