In Mafia de Cuba players take on the roles of henchmen, drivers, thieves and government agents, each trying to take a piece of the pie that the godfather has worked so hard to build. It’ll be up to the head of this crime family to determine who they can trust and who has been sticking their fingers into the pot.
After a meal with his loyal henchmen, Don Alessandro is called away to the phone, and while he is away, his precious cigar box full of diamonds is raided by his “colleagues”. Some of them may have stolen diamonds, while others may have taken tokens which classify them as loyal gangsters, an FBI agent, a driver, or a cleaner. Can the Godfather work out who are the thieves, recover the diamonds, and avoid accusing an FBI agent?
Up to 12 gangsters can take part in this tense, hilarious bluffing game. Remembering what loot was left when it gets to you will be key if want to get away with ripping off the Don or you can try to catch him in a sting with an FBI or CIA agent. This game proves there’s no honor among thieves. CONTENTS: 15 plastic diamonds ,10 character tokens, 2 joker tokens, 1 game box, 1 felt bag, 1 rulebook (PDF copy here).
Ages 14 and up, allow 20 minutes to play – but requires between 6 and 12 players.
This very amusing video review by Shut Up and Sit Down explains all…
And an additional overview video here on Board Game Geek TV: