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Mathematics-based games have a long tradition in the game world, and Dutch designer Corné van Moorsel now offers own of his own with Summy.
Despite the name, Summy has no similarities to rummy; instead Summy plays akin to Scrabble, with each player or team having a set of hidden tiles – numbers 0-9 and mathematical symbols for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and equality. Each turn a team creates a new sum crossword-style using tiles in hand and tiles already on the board, scoring points equal to the sum of digits used in this sum. Alternatively, a team can discard any number of tiles from the game, then refill its hand. When the tiles and both teams can no longer create sums, the team with the highest score wins.
Description written by W. Eric Martin and used with permission of BoardgameNews.com