Not everyone in the office works all the time. Constant temptations arise to bother other co-workers with business-related matters, sit around the coffee machine chatting, or simply fritter away time taking care of personal e-mails and surfing the internet.
In Office Dodger each player is a white-collar worker at a large corporation. They decide how to spend their time -- working, slacking, chatting, or pestering others -- all while avoiding the attentions of the boss and trying to accumulate Dodger Points.
Each turn players place a card face-down that represents their activity that turn: work, pester, chat, or slack. But the boss can unexpectedly arrive in their cubicle and foil their plans. Revealing cards garners some players Dodger Points, while others adversely affect their co-workers' activities. This cutthroat bluffing game is perfect for a quick diversion or an entire evening's play.
Besides the rules and cards you can download and print, you'll also need a six-sided die, a generic pawn to represent the boss, and counters to keep track of each player's accumulated Dodger Points.
A bluffing card game designed by Peter Schweighofer for four or more players.
What did the playtesters say about Office Dodger?
"Pretty ****ing funny!" -- Wayne Whitlock
"Far too simple a game to be this entertaining.
Excellent!" -- Matt Kirk
"Dan, your boss almost won by working." -- Kris
Interested in trying out the basic mechanic in Office Dodger? Download Puritan Bobber, a free blasphemous bluffing game of sermons, sin, and snoozing.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 29 December, 2006.