In this live play, I first teach my wife how to play the card game The Fox in the Forest and then we play through two full games.
This is a two-player only trick taking game designed by Joshua Buergel featuring art from Jennifer L. Meyer and Keith Pishnery. It was co-published in 2017 by Foxtrot Games and Renegade Game Studios.
The Fox in the Forest Actual Play:
Recorded April 8th 2020
Player Count: Two
Game: The Fox in the Forest
Number of Plays: Two
These games took place during Renegade Games Studios’ The Fox in The Forest World Wide Play Day on April 8th. The goal was to get people around the world playing The Fox in the Forest at the same time. During this special event, Renegade sent out messages for global events that affected the gameplay.
From the Publisher:
Once upon a time, a woodcutter and his daughter lived in a small village bordering the forest. She had travelled with him and had seen him speak with the forest animals.
The Fox in the Forest is a trick-taking game for 2 players. Utilize the special abilities on the Fairy Tale characters to change the trump suit, lead even after you lose a trick, and more. The beautiful illustrations of the unique characters will help you quickly analyze your options.
Score points by winning more tricks than your opponent, but don’t get greedy! Win too many tricks, and you will fall like the villain in so many fairy tales.
Number of Players: 2
For Ages: 10+
Playing Time: 30 min
Game Box Contains:
2 Reference Cards
Have you played The Fox in the Forest, what did you think of this two-player card game from Renegade games?