In Greed two to five players try to seize every opportunity to make money that the America of the late 60’s provides. Though investing in legal businesses may yield great returns, why not have your opponents share their profits with only a simple visit from your acquaintances?
Greed is a quick card drafting game. The limited subset of available cards per game and the interactions between thugs, holdings and action cards require smart decision-making and reward the players with immense replayability.
The card types are thugs, holdings and actions. Thugs and holdings might have a cost to be played (perhaps cash paid to the bank or the discarding of a holding) or a condition that you must meet (having two thugs, for example, or a collection of symbols on cards in your possession) in addition to an effect, which is unique to each card. (Each action has a unique effect as well.) When you play a holding with one or more symbols, you place a token on that card for each symbol on it and an additional token for each symbol of that type already in your possession. These tokens are worth $10k each at the end of the game, and you add this value to whatever cash you've collected through your card plays.