From publisher blurb:
Firstly, this is a turn based humourous fantasy RPG where the stereotypical Heroes (Bard, Ranger, Sorcerer, etc) sit on stage in a court of the Royal Palace and, before an audience of serfs, air their grievances with each other and try to pin the blame for who was responsible for their failure on their most recent quest. Imagine the Fellowship of the Ring going straight onto the "Jerry Springer Show" after getting out of the mines of Moria to sort out who was responsible for Gandalf falling to his death (ok, yes, I know) and you're picturing this game.
Mechanically, players have a stack of chips in front of them determined by the 'level' of their character and they use these to bid against taking the blame; the basic maneuvers on your turn are to bid a chip into a shared stake then pass to the player on your left or duck out of the current act and take a chip from the stake. Each character type also has some special abilities that allow them to do things like reverse the turn order, raise the bidding, pass directly to a target player and so on. At the end of each act, whoever is left holding the buck must roll an attribute die against the current stake, with their result determing who gets the blame and who gets the credit for what happened in that act.