(Writer and high functioning sociopath)
(Artist and neighbor you thought was "so nice and generally kept to himself")
The idea started when Dexter asked his friend, Adam, if he had ever heard of a board game where everyone plays as a serial killer.
Adam said he could think of a couple killer themed games, but in all of them everyone played as either law enforcement trying to catch a killer or would-be victims trying to escape. Then he asked Dexter to get him another beer (as long as he was already up).
Dexter got to work on an initial scenario, base mechanics, and a pitch to sell Adam on the idea. Dexter’s pitch got as far as: “Hey. I’ve got an idea for a Serial Killer board game…” before Adam cut him off with “I’m in.”
In Conclusion …
Quad City Killers has been our labor of love for the past year, but what good is it if you’ve got nobody to play it with?
If you’re a board game fanatic, a serial killer in the making, or just damn bored from being in lock down, let’s get this game into your grubby little mitts!