Board game
Dutch

Guillotine : nu je hoofd niet verliezen!

Paul Peterson (author), Quinton Hoover (illustrator), Mike Raabe (illustrator)
Target audience:
12-14 years and up
In Guillotine ga je terug naar de Franse Revolutie, waarin de guillotine nog vaak werd gebruikt. Twaalf edellieden klaar voor de guillotine. In elke speelbeurt treft de valbijl de eerste in de rij. Met behulp van de actiekaarten kun je de volgorde van de rij beïnvloeden. De onthoofding van een graaf levert namelijk meer punten op dan die van een gewone burger. De speler die de meest punten verzame
Title
Guillotine : nu je hoofd niet verliezen!
Author
Paul Peterson
Illustrator
Quinton Hoover Mike Raabe
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Helmond: Bergsala Enigma, © 2015
1 doos
Note
Voor 2 tot 5 spelers Speelduur: 45 min. Inhoud: 110 speelkaarten, 1 Guillotine, spelregels Vermelding op doos: doelgroep 12+
EAN
8717371240394

About Paul Peterson

Paul Joseph Peterson (born October 18, 1964), also known as St. Paul Peterson, is a singer and musician best known for his memberships in the bands The Family and The Time.

Life and career

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Peterson was the youngest son in a musical family. He was discovered by Prince in 1983 and groomed to replace Monte Moir as keyboardist of R&B band The Time. Peterson gained exposure when the band appeared in the hit movie Purple Rain.

When The Time broke up in 1984, Prince gathered the remnants to form The Family, with Peterson as lead singer. The group's tenure was brief, performing live only once (at First Avenue, where Purple Rain was filmed). Peterson left to pursue a solo career, releasing his eponymous debut album in 1987. Peterson released two singles, "Intimacy" and "Rich Man" from the album, as well as a video for the latter one. Pri…Read more on Wikipedia