[A card game about flawed surveillance, impossible decisions, and the people caught in between, for 3–5 players.
- Simple to learn and quick to play, Bycatch invites players from across a wide range of game-playing backgrounds to contemplate the dilemmas of remote warfare.
- An inventive surveillance mechanism employs your phone's camera to let you experience firsthand the shortcomings of aerial spying.
- Appealing artwork helps you empathize with your citizens and the horrors of drone strikes and collateral damage.
In Bycatch, each player controls a nation on the hunt for suspected terrorists. The players try to locate suspects hiding abroad using drone surveillance, and eliminate them using drone strikes. Meanwhile, they must shelter their citizens from the attacks of their opponents. Who will gather the most accurate intelligence and strike with the least collateral damage?]
Description taken from boardgamegeek.com
- Rules sheet
- 63 Citizen cards
- 9 Intelligence cards
|Designer||Kars Alfrink, Alper Cugun, Subalekha Udayasankar|
|Category||Card Game, Modern Warfare, Political|
|Mechanism||Hand Management, Memory, Set Collection|
|Family||Digital Hybrid, App Required|