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I found myself really enjoying Wolf and Hound. It is a simple game and there isn’t a lot to it mechanic wise. But there is a simple beauty to it, and reminds me of playing family games as a kid. The joy on the little “angels” faces made me realise how much board games meant to me as a kid and why I still enjoy them to this day. I think that is what this game does – takes you back to your childhood and allows you to feel like a kid again.Australian Tabletop Gaming Network - Dez
Wolf & Hound is a gorgeous 2-4 partnership strategy card game developed and produced by independents to a standard high enough to match the quality I expect when purchasing a Mayfair or Rio Grande title. It makes for great family fun, but also easily makes the cut as something I’d bring to the table during a board game evening with friends.Another Dungeon - Amelia Sarif
I think Wolf and Hound is a great game, even better as an intro game / family game. I think it’s simple to pick up (though the rulebook is a bit clunky at times) and easy to expand on, allowing you to scale the complexity as, say, your coplayers age up a bit.What's Eric Playing - Eric Yurko
The result is a game that works really well for non-gamer or casual couples. You have your couple-friends over for dinner and decide to play a quick five or ten minutes before they have to pack the kids up and go home. Wolf & Hound excels in that scenario.Giant Fire Breathing Robot - Geek Insight
This is a directly interactive board game of losing and gaining sheep. While it has built variation for 2 or 3 players, they are generally making four player games and having player(s) take the roll of the empty spaces. I find replay value in Wolf and Hound because of how simple it is, and the amount of changes you can make adding animal or sheep cards. I absolutely love the cardboard standups and the cardboard fences built around the sheep. It definitely adds a nice flavor to an already light-hearted game.Indietabletop - Joseph Nicholas
Game offers tremendous versatility. There’s plenty of cards, that can be used to adjust the experience, and thanks to them, there are great opportunities to change and modify the game. Overall, you can be sure, that this box will definitely hold your interest for a long time due to different experience across matches.Deskovehry -Dusan Takac


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I found Wolf & Hound to be a cute card game for the family and for players who enjoy casual card games. The game’s level of depth is just enough to keep players involved without demanding all of their attention, but they will remain engaged. This is due to the game’s cooperative nature that keeps team members occupied, talking (somewhat) and working together. There is no downtime to speak of, even if the player is not taking their turn, due to the ever-changing Pasture board. Players will feel compelled to keep track of what is going on from the first sheep to the last sheep.  If Wolf & Hound sounds like a game you’d like to try, I encourage you to do so. Win or lose, you won’t have a baaaaaad time.Father Geek - Cyrus Kirby
Wolf & Hound is a great game to pull out as an opener on game nights. It is fun and doesn’t take long to set up, teach, and start playing. I don’t think it will be uncommon for players to say “Let’s play one more time” after the first game is finished. Wolf & Hound is definitely in the buy column for me; I think it is a solid investment for the amount of fun you’ll have and the number of times it will make it to the table. And with the possibility of extra cards and components, backing Wolf & Hound on Kickstarter is a no-brainer.Board Game Authority - Richard Miles
I like how you can choose which cards will be included in the game, allowing smaller kids the ability to play without getting overwhelmed by special abilities. Older players who want more of a challenge can use the advanced cards (like wolf/hound cards 2-5) to make them think a bit more. While keeping with the formula, they also add modifiers and push their respective effects to other players.Dad's Gaming Addiction - Vincent Paone

Media Mentions

Tabletop Gaming News – Wolf & Hound Board Game Up on Kickstarter

Geek Dad – 5x Video and 5x Tabletop: New Game Projects on Kickstarter This Week

Flaming Dice Review – Kickstarter Preview – Wolf & Hound

Mogura Games

Another Dungeon – Tabletop Kickstarter Spotlight

Geek Dad – Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Wolf & Hound Partnership Card Game

Geek Dad – Wolf & Hound Lets You Team Up For Some Fun

 Across the Board Games – November Kickstarter Update

Gaming Trend – Supporting family-friendly co-op

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