Want to see all the hype surrounding Supreme Leader? Check out our reviews below!

Board Game Reviewers

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"Supreme Leader is a wonderful party game if you're tired of all the other games out that just make fun of stuff or just move around on the board. It's a great game to figure out which of your friends are thieving and conniving *profanities*. To see who is best on world domination, best on using their abilities, managing their resources, to buy the cards and play the cards when its the appropriate time. To be able to coerce everybody else to either not vote for them or to vote for them in the end."
- Logan Chops Reviews

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Andrew:The thing I think I liked the most was the event cards, so the event cards kind of fluctuate what you want to do per turn, so one of the event cards was whoever had the most money has the potential to go in the United Nations, so we were all trying to throw our money and get rid of it all so whereas sometimes you want to save the money. [Event Cards] can change the strategy for that round.

Patrick: That was a really fun turn. I also agree it keeps the game fresh, it mixes it up every time you play since you're not going to come across every one of those event cards each game.

- Just Got Played

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"This game is similar to Survivor [the show] and similar to games like the Resistance in which you're going to be voting for people, but where it has it unique aspects is of course you can pick up certain items and use those as part of your deliberation. You're able to basically make any deal you want in this game and you're also able to break those deals. Another interesting thing is the UN being utilized throughout the game so when you're out you're not necessarily out like a game like Werewolf. You can still have your vote count.

It's a nice twist to these style of games."

- Unfiltered Gamer

https://mikemeeple.blogspot.com/2018/09/get-hype-supreme-leader.html?m=1

"Whereas most world domination style games require hours of hardened strategy to win, Supreme Leader relies on hand management and social manipulation...

Only time will tell if Supreme Leader Leader lives up to it's name, but with it's fun quick game play and deep strategy, I think it will leave people chanting "Long live the Supreme Leader!"
- Mike Meeple

"I borrowed the prototype to play with some friends and it * was * awesome *. There's nothing quote like attempting to undermine your pals while pretending to be Joseph Stalin. As a big ol' history nerd, I love the concept, the 'characters' (real folks), and the competitiveness. So many twists and turns in this game and so many flexible, fun outcomes, and endless opportunities."
- BoardGameBetty 

"I absolutely love this game. You're never truly out of the game and backstabbing only gets you so far. I haven't seen a party game mixed with so much strategy before or one that utilizes charisma for a player's advantage."
- TabletopGameGal 


Player Testimonials

"This game made me an Anarchist" - David Callahan, Second-Year Political Science Student at the University of Central Florida 

"So my first time playing Supreme Leader, I was a little intimated because I was playing with experienced players and thought that I had to know all about history to truly understand and enjoy the game but to my surprise it was very straight-forward and it's a lot more about learning how to be strategic, form alliances, trust your gut, and deliberate well. I really enjoy playing Supreme Leader and it's even more fun when you're playing with other people who are fully invested in the game and paying attention. Some of my best memories of last year was playing the copy of the game at the shop and I can't wait until professional copies are available." - Silvia Daniela Mesa, the Boardgame Fanatic 

"Mixing the fun of a tabletop game with the nuance of politics is a difficult task to achieve successfully. This does both extremely well and adds a taste of the ultimate aphrodisiac. Power." 
- Cristobol Hernan Reyes Rios, journalist for the Miami Herald

"Nothing beats beers and battling friends in a game of Supreme Leader. Egos get burned, alliances fall apart, kingdoms crumble, but one leader will always rise to the top." - Molly Ward, singer and poet from Orlando, FL