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Verlag: Steve Jackson Games
Autor: Philip Reed
Typ: Satirisches Ballerspiel
Mitspieler: 2 bis 6
Altersempfehlung: ab 12 Jahren
Dauer: ca. 30 Minuten

Computer Games Are Mindless And Violent. This Is Even Better.

Nothing subtle here. Grab your friends, grab your dice, make up a character and go. Start with a pistol and work up to a Heavy Assault Cannon with Chainsaw. Or maybe just a Nuke. When you die - and you will - you "respawn" on your next turn, and you're back in the fight! The first player to score three frags wins.

Frag is fast and violent, perfect for a lunch hour slugfest or for long nights of mayhem.

Frag is a computer game without a computer. It's the "first person shooter" experience an a gameboard. Frag is the perfect game to play when you have no brains left.

Frag plays best with 4 to 6 people. There's no reason you could not create a map with more respawn squares and have more players, but it would take longer.

Move your fighter and frag your foes; draw cards for weapons, armor, and gadgets; move through the blood splatters to restore your own health! If you die, you respawn and come back shooting!

This boxed game includes:

  • A rule sheet
  • The gameboard, which is a double-sided poster-sized sheet that features one map an each side
  • 112 game cards
  • One sheet of counters and character standups
  • 6 plastic bases to help stand your characters upright
  • Kurzregel (deutsch)

You will also need a huge quantity of 6-sided dice and some sort of writing implement.

Fighter design

Each fighter has three stats: HEALTH, SPEED, and ACCURACY. Each player may divide 7 points between the three stats in any way, as long as each stat gets at least 1 point, and not more than 4. See the record sheet for a description of the advantages of each stat.In tournament games, winning a game allows you to improve your fighter. See Winning, below.


The game ends when a player scores three frags. Note that you cannot, under any circumstance, score a frag against yourself.

In a tournament, the winning player earns the right to increase one of his stats by 1 before the next round.

For a longer game, play to more frags.