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

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Each player secretly bids on a donut card by choosing the number card that matches the donut they wish to bid on. The number of Donut cards played per game varies based on the number of players so a game is different each time. On your turn, secretly choose which card you want from the donut row by choosing the selection card in your hand that corresponds to the number of the card you want in the donut row.

The more players you have, the larger the range of donuts you will have access to in Go Nuts for Donuts. With a player count up to six and the fact that young, inexperienced players can be competitive, it will be great for holiday gatherings. And coming from a guy who tends to find himself playing more light games than any other, that is saying something.Then, starting with the lowest selection number and counting up, players look to see who, if anyone, gets to take cards. I like that my whole family can sit down and play two or three games in one sitting and not having to explain the rules or special abilities of the cards each time to everyone playing the game.

Just looking at this game and you know instantly that it is a game that you aren’t going to struggle with, and I think that is truly key in encouraging new people to the hobby. You can work to deny your opponent cards through the bidding process, but there’s no stealing or forced discarding. It should be noted that this power is only able to be activated if the card was taken from the donut row. Kids will definitely love the designs and will be quite happy to see each new card type come out onto the table.

For example, in a four player game the player would receive a set of cards with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. com so even if you are hesitant if the game is right for your family, it’s a reasonably cheap game to add to your game night. After all the donuts have been collected or discarded, the game ends and the player with the most points wins.

The guide even separates the donuts by the background colors of the cards so that you can easily find what you’re looking for. These have got to be some of the cutest looking cards and pieces that I’ve seen since Sushi Go Party. It’s a tragedy that they have no redeeming nutritional value and I’ve never been able to convince a single doctor that “they make me happy” is a viable reason for eating them. Manufacturer Recommended Age 8+ (requires some reading ability unless donut powers are memorised, otherwise we would say Go Nuts For Donuts!Boston Cream — Zero points for first card, five (5) points for second Boston Cream card, zero points for third card, ten (10) points for your fourth Boston Cream card, etc. The game lacks some of its charm there, and with only 3 cards to choose from, the choice is usually fairly obvious. 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. Smaller groups experience less pain and more opportunity for strategy, as others aren’t are likely to torpedo your plans with card theft.

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