Enemy Weapon Card Game Features Rapist Bill Cosby And Japanese Sex Robots
Enemy Weapon

If you’re looking for a card game with some tongue-firmly-in-cheek jokes and battle tactics that will surely make NPCs screech and Social Justice Warriors flounder about the ground like some kind of fish out of water, then look no further than Vito Gesualdi’s Enemy Weapon.

The game is a jocular card-based party game for three or more players where you and your teammates face off against some crazy enemies, including Bill Cosby, who gets powered-up based on every chick he’s raped. For each enemy you’ll need to select from a list of weapon cards to help aid you in battle, but some of them come with downsides, such as a Japanese sex robot that occasionally malfunctions and rips of the schlong of her master. It’s probably the one time where a tiny dick that you can’t find will actually come in handy.

The enemy cards come with two conditions: the first is that you’re given the details of the enemy that you’ll be facing, and the second condition is that you’re given the win condition on how to defeat the enemy. It’s explained in further detail via the snappy pitch video that you can watch below.

So yeah, you have your enemy cards and then your weapon cards, the second of which also come with two conditions. The weapons have their basic function but also have stipulations for their use, such as a gun that turns all strudels into pies, or a reverse gas chamber that actually brings Jews back to life.

One of the most devastating weapon cards you can use is AIDS.

If 4chan made a card game, this would be it.

Vito Gesualdi is currently seeking $10,000 to finish off the project and attempt to get it up and out by April of 2019 next year. He’s already 75% complete with the deadline for the Kickstarter set for November 20th, 2018.

Gesualdi has been part of the teams responsible for other tabletop games so this is not some neophyte taking on the herculean task of exploring uncharted territory. Gesualdi originally was in the game journalism ring but, as recounted on Kotaku in Action, after the rise of Social Justice Warriors and the GameJournoPros using the list to blacklist former Destructoid journalist Alistair Pinsof, he decided to call it quits and pursue work that didn’t involve smelling the fart-worthy sophistry from the butthole of the Intersectional Inquisition.

If you want to throw a few coins in the coffer of Gesualdi, you can do so by visiting the Kickstarter page.

(Thanks for the news tip Blaugast)


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