Sweetlads’ Werewolf system requirements

About Sweetlads’ Werewolf

Sweetlads’ Werewolf is a fast paced game of deception based in 16th century England. Werewolves have infiltrated our village and left us isolated in these deep woods. Find out who you can trust and who is more interested in your flesh!

Votes aren’t confirmed until the end so every second counts to state your innocence and share your theories. With quick communication at the heart of our game we support and encourage voice chat. play with up to 24 players online or locally. Please note, the art is still in progress and not reflective of final gameplay

How to Play

Starting the game you will be assigned a random team – good or evil – and a random role.
The game is split into two repeating phases, day and night:

Day



The day begins with who was killed (or spared) last night, along side their last will.
Everyone discusses and votes on whom they think is a werewolf

Night



The night begins with who was hung during the day, along side their last will.
Werewolves vote who to kill and special roles can use their abilities

Roles

Villager – Good – no unique abilities
Seer – Good – Votes at night to reveal someone’s identity
Bodyguard – Good – Votes at night to protect a player
Martyr – Good – Votes at night to die in place of a player if they are attacked
Witness – Good – Votes at night to watch a player that if attacked reveals the killer
Survivor – Good – Can survive one attack only at night
Spy – Good – Can view the evil chat
Werewolf – Evil – Votes at night who to kill and has access to the evil chat
Wizard – Evil – Votes at night to reveal someone’s identity and has access to the evil chat
Traitor – Evil – Has access to the evil chat

How to Win

To win the Good team needs to hang all the Werewolves.
The Evil team wins when they outnumber the good team.
Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7 (SP1+) and Windows 10
  • Processor: X64 architecture with SSE2 instruction set support
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX10, DX11, and DX12-capable GPUs
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Hardware vendor officially supported drivers