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Gamewright | Go Nuts for Donuts | Board Game | Ages 8+ | 2-6 Players | 20 Minutes Playing Time

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The great thing about all of this combined (the theme, ease of play, short game length) is that you can easily play this game with your game group between bigger games, use it to introduce new gamers into set collecting and secret bidding mechanics, and even teach it to your children. Donut Holes (6): Score 1 point if you have one, 3 for two, 6 for three, 10 for four, or 15 if you have five or more. You can also be like my family and just play with all the cards, despite the number of players in the game. Manufacturer Recommended Age 8+ (requires some reading ability unless donut powers are memorised, otherwise we would say Go Nuts For Donuts! It is not often I recommend playing a game with the maximum number of players, but it really does do this game more justice doing so.

Action card powers only activate when taken from the donut row, not when the card is taken from the discard pile, drawn from the deck, or taken from another player. But if you want a family game with an approachable theme, I don’t think you can go wrong with these donuts.Purchasing an item without paying immediately does not reserve your item, unless you have spoken to us previously. Of course, if your opponent thinks the same way, you could both be shooting yourselves in the feet and leaving that desired card on the table.

Redemption of a code and download of the content waives your 14 day right to cancel under the Direct Selling Regulations.Being such a joyful theme really does propel the game into being what I would consider a staple game for a collection. You can catch Jason Brigger on the geek-centric podcast, The History of Bad Ideas, as new episodes are released every week at www.

The counters with the numbers on will be used to number each ‘row’ and you will use 1 more than the number of players. The only question is: Is it fun (and better for me than actual donuts), or should I just go to Krispy Kreme and drown my sorrows in sugar? As a board and card game reviewer, I'm hoping that this blog will inform, educate and entertain you.Additionally make sure your User-Agent is not empty and is something unique and descriptive and try again. In this game, you’re selecting cards as well, except that you’re not always guaranteed a card each round. This is great, as the likelihood of drinking being involved when playing with adults is (in my experience) pretty damn high.

Double Chocolate (2): Immediately draw two cards from the deck, choose one to place in front of you and put the other back on top. You have peeled off the lid, and your mouth is now salivating everywhere at the scent of that crisp, fresh sugary morsel game. Stars – A cute looking card game that’s very easy to get to the table even though it can be somewhat mean at times. Getting to play with all the cards can make for a “better” experience, as long as you can tolerate the take that and the chaos that ensues with a larger group. When this happens, each player will then look at each of the cards in front of themself and count up the points received for each one, being sure to include any points earned from any special powers noted in the text of each one.This amount includes seller specified domestic postage charges as well as applicable international postage, dispatch, and other fees. For a four player game, the teal, pink and purple background cards are used while the blue cards are only used with 5 players or more.

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