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Hollywood 1947

Hollywood 1947 is a social deduction card game for 1-9 players that takes 20-40 minutes to play. It is designed for ages 14 and above. The game is developed by Travis Hancock, illustrated by Sarah Keele, and published by Facade Games. The game is set in 1947 Hollywood, where players are members of a small production studio that is suspected of having communists hiding among them. The players must find the communists before their studio is shut down or risk being banned from the industry. Each round, players have unique jobs such as Screenwriter, Gaffer, Director, Actor, Editor, etc. which affects the movie that is being made, the cards in the players' hands, and who will receive special information. Players can also choose to skip their jobs and re-roll any two dice in the game. The game features hidden roles, hand management, and bluffing. The game is the 5th standalone game in the Dark Cities series by Facade Games.

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