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Players start with ten random number cards. These are played in turns onto four card rows. Players attempt to play all their cards without laying the 6th card in a row, as this results in a penalty. Over a predetermined number of rounds the player with the least penalty points wins.
Players: 2 - 10
Time: 45 minutes
Ages: 10 and up
Weight: 205 grams
All-Time Sales Rank: #237
Language Requirements: Game components are language-independent. Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English).
- 104 playing cards
- 1 set of rules
Average Rating: 4.5 in 11 reviews
Like everyone else said...this is a quick and addictive game...very fun, light game that can be played anywhere with anyone with a very quick introduction/explanation.
I honestly think there's something wrong with the rating system...this game HAS to be ranked way higher than this! Just look at the reviews...has anyone had anything bad to say about it?
This is German game, and I recommend it from Japan, to you, American gamers. I played it with all of my family, cousins, neighbors, colleagues, and had a lot of fun. The rule is rather easy. You can tell in 10 minutes with dealing cards. But strategy is strange, and hard to master. Thus makes everyone play one more time, and more... A playing time is very short, but you always want one more play. Very addictive. The game is for 2 to 10 players, so it will fit almost every occasion.
This game may be short on theme but it's never short of tension. A simple set of rules and the simultaneous play of cards make this a great game.
Knowing your opponents is just as important as following the numbers. Our group never tires of this one. Why this game never became as big as such an overated game as Uno here in the states is beyond me.
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