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Wer Hat Mehr?
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Wer Hat Mehr?

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Ages Players
8+ 3-6

Designer(s): Alan R Moon

Manufacturer(s): Piatnik

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Product Information

  • Designer(s): Alan R Moon

  • Manufacturer(s): Piatnik

  • Year: 1990

  • Players: 3 - 6

  • Ages: 8 and up

  • Weight: 185 grams

  • Language Requirements: An English translation of the rules is provided.

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 5 in 1 review

40 bucks for a card game? Worth every penny!
June 24, 2000

When sophisticated game lovers think of Alan Moon games they probably think of Elfenland, Union Pacific, or Santa Fe. Real Moon afficianados might mention Get the Goods, Fishy, Mush, or more recent releases such as Wongar and Andromeda. Alan's most ardent fans (known amongst themselves as Moonbeams) will drag out such under appreciated classics as UFOs, Rainbows, Tricks, Elfengold and Black Spy. Notwithstanding the wonderful scope of fun and challenge collectively offered by the above mentioned games, it is my firm opinion that Alan's finest work to date is Wer Hat Mehr.

I can't imagine more fun being packed into 60 tastelessly illustrated cards and 16 flimsy plastic disks.

Wer Hat Mehr is a trick taking game for three (best) or four players. There is a simple bidding scheme, and the play of the cards follows the classic rules of the genre. What makes the game uniquely fabulous is the beautiful balance between the bidding and scoring systems. There is rarely a boring hand and there are inevitably many lead changes. There's enough give to the system to allow some bluffing in the bidding. This makes Wer Hat Mehr a terrific mind game.

Here are some trick taking games which I enjoy, but over which I prefer Wer Hat Mehr: Hearts, Wizard, Oh Hell, Mu, Sticheln, Was Sticht, Canyon.

The high price for this game reflects, I assume, a very limited quantity so I urge anyone who loves to play cards to get a copy before they're gone.

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