Mad Zeppelin

By on July 8, 2010

In Mad Zeppelin from AEG, players adopt the roles of traitorous passengers on the Emperor’s armored airship, constantly trying to dump his precious cargo out the airlock. The game has some obvious similarities to Citadels , but with a more humorous theme, two characters to play each round, and other differences.

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Mad Zeppelin

By on July 8, 2010

In Mad Zeppelin from AEG, players adopt the roles of traitorous passengers on the Emperor’s armored airship, constantly trying to dump his precious cargo out the airlock. The game has some obvious similarities to Citadels , but with a more humorous theme, two characters to play each round, and other differences.

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