In Sushi Express, from 3 to 6 players, become the best sushi delivery man for around 30 minutes.
Deliverers in a Japanese restaurant, players must accumulate the maximum number of Customer cards before the end of the game.
The game path is made up of 12 tiles (10 House tiles, 1 Sushi Express tile and 1 Park tile), laid out in a circle around a mini telephone-shaped board. Each time a player makes a complete turn (thus passing in front of the Sushi Express tile) he collects a Customer card from among those offered face up. In addition, a player who manages to stop in the park collects a face down Action card.
Two players cannot be on the same tile: the occupied tiles are therefore skipped "for free" when moving (they do not count when calculating the distance).
At each game turn, the players bet on the result of a roll of a pair of dice (thus from 2 to 12) by placing a marker on the central board.
Whoever has chosen the highest number rolls the dice first: he has two attempts to obtain an amount greater than or equal to his bet.
If he fails, he does not move his delivery man, but wins an Action card, and it is up to the next player to roll the dice to try to reach his bet, and so on...
As soon as the player obtains on the dice the sum he had announced or more (for example 8), he advances his deliverer by the number of squares fixed (8 tiles, even if he rolled 10 on the dice), without counting the occupied squares.
If he passes in front of the Sushi Express tile, he chooses a Customer card among those revealed (there are as many revealed cards as there are players).
The players who follow (who had therefore bet less than 8) then advance their delivery men automatically (without having to roll the dice) and also recover a Customer card if they pass in front of the Sushi Express.
Customer cards are available in different colors.
The first card of each color that you collect is worth 3 points, the following cards 1 point (for example, the 1st yellow: 3 pts, the 1st green: 3 pts, the 2nd green: 1 pt only). It is therefore necessary to try to diversify the colors.
There are also Tips cards: the player with the least Tips at the end of the game takes negative points.
Finally, the Action cards allow you to bypass certain rules: place the same bet as another player, swap your bet with that of another player, advance your delivery person one more tile, get a tip bonus, etc…
Hello everyone ! Today we are going to talk about 7 wonders!
7 wonders is a cooperative game of about 30 minutes for 2 to 7 players. You are the ruler of one of the 7 great cities of the ancient world. Gather resources, develop trade routes and assert your military supremacy.
Build your city and erect an architectural marvel that will transcend future times. 7 Wonders spans three ages.
At each age, players are dealt seven cards from a particular deck, choose one of those cards, and then pass the rest to an adjacent player.
Players reveal their cards simultaneously, paying resources as needed or collecting resources or interacting with other players in different ways. (Players have individual boards with special powers on which to arrange their cards, and the boards are double-sided). Each player then chooses another card from the deck passed to them, and the process repeats until players have six cards in play from that age. After three ages, the game ends.
In essence, 7 Wonders is a card development game. Some cards have immediate effects, while others provide bonuses or upgrades later in the game. Some cards offer discounts on future purchases. Some provide military strength to defeat your neighbors and others only give victory points.
Each card is played immediately after being drafted, so you'll know what cards your neighbor is getting and how their choices may affect what you've already built.
Cards are passed left-right-left over all three ages, so you need to keep an eye out for neighbors back and forth. Although the previous editions box is listed as being for 3-7 players, there is an official 2-player variant included in the instructions.
Hello everyone ! Today we are going to talk about Rummukib!
Rummikub is a game of sequences of 30 to 45 minutes for 2 to 4 players where you have to put number sequences according to the tiles you have.
To win at Rummikub, you must position all your tiles on the table by making sequences or series.
Sequences: You place AT LEAST 3 consecutive tiles (i.e. on which the numbers shown follow one another) of the same color. The series: You deposit, AT LEAST, 3 tiles on which are indicated the same number but of different colors.
To start the game, each player draws 14 tiles which he then places on his easel so that the curious little ones cannot peek!!! The rest of the tiles will be used for the draw pile.
To determine who will start, each player draws a tile. The one with the highest number will start.
ATTENTION: For a player to start, the combination(s) he places on the table must be worth at least 30 points. If not, the player draws a tile and it is another player's turn.
Reminder: A combination must have at least 3 tiles, but you can also use your tiles in different ways:
If a player uses a joker in his combination, you can recover it by placing the tile he was replacing. ATTENTION the joker must be used immediately in another combination.
You can also add a tile at the end of a combination in order to recover the tile that is at the other end. to use it immediately in another combination).
If you want to use a tile already positioned in a combination you can but you must absolutely replace it with another tile.
You can also divide an already positioned suit into two. you can remove one in order to use it. The player who lays his tiles the fastest wins the game.
The other players must therefore add up the points remaining on their rack.
These points will be negative points. A joker left on your easel will cost you 30 negative points.
Loony Quest is a game of about 20-30 minutes for 2-5 players.
In the wonderful land of Arkadia, a very old king has no heir.
He organizes a tournament to offer his throne to the bravest adventurer in the kingdom.
Up to five finalists will travel through seven worlds full of surprises...
In the drawing game Loony Quest, players study challenging level maps and then try to replicate the outline to complete objectives and avoid obstacles on their tracing sheets.
When complete, players place their sheets on top of the level map to see if the designs line up with the targets they wanted to hit or avoid.
Largely inspired by video games, Loony Quest players discover different worlds, play with 3D and 2D levels, meet wacky monsters - Loonies - and big bosses, trigger special stages, collect bonuses, inflict penalties on their opponents and accumulate as many Xperience points as possible.