Hot on the heels of Give Me the Brain, the zombies of Friedey’s return in an all-new sequel, Lord of the Fries.
This time, instead of emptying your hand, you’re trying to fill orders by combining ingredient cards to make combo meals. Each round, a customer orders a dish, and the first player who can make it with cards from their hand gets to play those cards and start the next order.
Cards that you play are worth points, and cards that you don’t play count against you. It’s a simple game with plenty of laughs, and like its elder brother, Lord of the Fries survives to this day in a Superdeluxe edition, with full-color cards and alternate decks for different restaurants. But this version shows you how it all began.
PRINT & PLAY FILES
Lord of the Fries supports 3-8 players and takes roughly 45 minutes to play. Download the print-and-play all at once via a handy .zip, or access individual components:
- Lord of the Fries Rules: A single 8.5″ x 11″ double-sided page, designed to fold in half.
- The interior page is the menu, and could also be printed separately.
- That would leave you with a one-page rule sheet that seems out of order, but that’s not a big deal.
- Lord of the Fries Cards: Eight pages containing 72 cards.
- The file includes six “menu” cards as well as the deck of 66 game cards.
- Lord of the Fries Card Backs (optional)
- Lord of the Fries Envelope (optional)
Make your print-and-play the pride of your shelf. Check James Ernest’s video on how to make playing cards!