The Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff party game is now available for pre-order from Dyskami Publishing

Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff

The second Sailor Moon Crystal game made and released by Dyskami Publishing is finally available for pre-order. The game will be released this Spring. Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff was first announced in 2017 and we’ve since gotten Sailor Moon Crystal: Dice Challenge. As the title suggests the game is all about trying to tell the truth or bluff your way and tell what other players are doing in what’s described as a party game. The main idea is that you pass a tile to another player and state what it is. They can believe that you are telling the truth or call out a bluff. Accurately calling something out is good, but being fooled is not! All the fun of bluffing at poker without all the pesky poker! A video on the game’s web site, which is embedded below, explains the rules in more detail:

The game comes with some nice looking tiles featuring a number of Sailor Moon characters. Check out this image of all of the box’s contents.

Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff - Contents

The game is now available to pre-order for $35 US. Fans can also order the expansion for Sailor Moon Crystal Dice Challenge which includes characters from Season 3, the Infinity arc. The original game included characters from the first two seasons. The expansion costs $25 US. No specific date is given but both will be out at in the Spring of this year. Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff and the Season 3 expansion of Sailor Moon Crystal Dice Challenge can be pre-ordered from the Dyskami Publishing store. Once released the game will be available in stores in the US and Canada.

Do you plan on getting this game? Did you enjoy the Dice Challenge game also released by Dyskami?

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5 thoughts on “The Sailor Moon Crystal Truth or Bluff party game is now available for pre-order from Dyskami Publishing

  1. This board game looks to be more up my alley! I really enjoy games that involve honesty and deception along with tiles, like Avalon or Saboteur. I’m intrigued.

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