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I've played "Kill Dr. Lucky" and highly enjoy it. A great, light, game that non-gamers quickly pick up and play easily. In this game, players move from room to room in a mansion, trying to get Dr. Lucky out of sight of other players so they can kill him.

I'm considering purchasing "Save Dr. Lucky." It looks like this game reverses the intent. Players move from room to room in the Titanic, hoping to be in sight of another player as they save Dr. Lucky (so they can be known as a hero).

Obviously, the mechanics sound similar. I'm wondering what the overall feel of the game is. Does it offer new and interesting strategies? Will my family, who are veteran assassins from the first game, find it interesting? Or is it "just a skin" on the old game?

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