out of print. Original first wave
Work sucks. Again.
Welcome back to Friedey's, the fast food restaurant of the Damned. Okay, maybe "Fast" doesn't describe it. Come to think of it, neither does "Food."
Anyway, it's feeding time, and everyone and their Brain is scrambling to fill orders as fast as they can.
Chickacheezabunga Conga, anyone?
Game Synopsis: Lord of the Fries is a thematic sequel to Give Me The Brain. It takes place at the same restaurant, has the same cast of characters, and requires roughly the same equipment. But the game is entirely different.
Players choose orders (sometimes randomly, sometime not) from the figuratively colorful Friedey's menu, and try to fill them with cards from their hands. Some orders are easy, like the Cowabunga. One Cow Meat, one Bun. Some are a little harder, like the Chickabunga Conga: same as a Chickabunga (Bird Meat plus Bun), plus Fries and a Drink. Sound easy? Now try your hand at a Lord of the Fries, a Meat Munch, or the infamous Patriarch (Fish Meat, Cheese, Bun, Fries, Drink, and the oft-maligned Strawberry Pie).
Designer(s): James Ernest
Publisher(s): Cheapass Games
Artist(s): Brian Snoddy
Players: 3 - 8
Time: 45 minutes
Ages: 10 and up
Weight: 115 grams
In order to play Lord of the Fries, you will have to provide one six-sided die and a way to keep score