Catapult Feud

(1 customer review)

£32.95 inc. VAT

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Build your battlements, set up your troops, load your catapults and use your cunning tactics to win the day! The War for the Floor has begun once more!

Catapult Feud (designed by Kristian Fosh) is a game of the last person standing. Your objective is to knock down all your opponent’s troops!

As a General, you choose one of the two armies, either Chaufort or Cunningfields. Then, use your bricks to build a castle to fortify your troops. Using your catapult, you launch boulders in an attempt to destroy your opponent’s castle and knock over their troops. When all troops of one army are knocked over, the battle is over. The winning army must have at least one troop standing upright.

The game is played in a series of rounds. During a round, starting with the youngest player, everyone takes a turn. When all players have had their turn, the round finishes. You keep on playing round after round until there is only one player with troops on the table. Each player’s turn is divided into four phases: Tactics, Aim, Fire and Cleanup. You perform these phases in order, finishing each one before moving to the next.

Warning! Catapult Feud is a game of construction/destruction of plastic bricks and figures… NOT your opponent, pets, or people who July foolishly pass through the field of battle! Please play fair and be careful not to hurt each other or damage anything… other than your opponent’s attempt at an impenetrable fortress!

Game Details
NameCatapult Feud (2021)
ComplexityLight [1.09]
BGG Rank2323 [7.06]
Player Count (Recommended)2 (2-2+)


1 review for Catapult Feud

  1. matthew turner

    I bought this game with my two boys in mind (10 and 7 years old).It did not disappoint.Mostly in our house it is a struggle to tear them away from their electronic devices.I opened the box to “oh no not another board game”.This immediately stopped the moment i pulled out the first catapult from the box.The next thing we were on the floor setting up our castles and lining up our soldiers.The planning my youngest did to make sure his castle was strong enough to take a hit was considerable.
    Then the game started bringing back memories of playing crossbows and catapults when i was a child,which no dought this game will be compared against.
    The game went back and fourth until my youngest won.I thought that would be it,but no,both started to rebuild to play again and when they had finished they were asking to play again later and talking about what a good game they had just played.
    To me the only downside is that the base game only comes with one catapult each.This is rectified by buying many of the expansions.

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