Three Cheers for Master at a Glance
- A strategic card game for two to six players.
- Cheer up Master with the most impressive cheerleading tower of minions…if only they’d stop killing each other.
- Playful art and a fun theme make this game a crowd-pleaser.
Masterful Cheerleading: The World of Three Cheers for Master
Master is unhappy, and when he’s unhappy, someone dies. You don’t want it to be you.
You and the other foreminions hatch a plan. Cheer him up with a cheerleading competition!
There’s just one problem…the minions keep killing each other.
A Tower of Minions: Gameplay Basics
In Three Cheers for Master, each player works to build a tower of minions to impress Master and avoid certain death. There’s just one problem — the minions won’t stop fighting!
Some minions attack. Others have shields. Still more have special abilities, like heavy minions that crush anyone underneath them, or flying minions who don’t fall when those underneath them are taken out.
Plan your tower carefully to keep your minions alive, and play on your opponents’ towers and watch them fall. (Maniacal laughter is optional.)
Who can build the best tower and avoid Master’s wrath? Find out in Three Cheers for Master!
|Designer, Artist, and Graphic Design:||Daniel Windfeld Schmidt|
|Producers:||Jeff Tidball and Kyla McCorkle Tonding|
|Additional Editing and Development:||Michelle Nephew|
|Additional Flavor Text:||Tim Uren|
|Atlas Stock #:||AG1360|
|Format:||110 poker-sized playing cards and 6 foreminion tokens|
|Number of Players:||2–6|
|Play Time:||45 minutes|
|Release Date:||March 2015|