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

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

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

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The game is easy and quick to set up which provides the opportunity for multiple games in a single sitting. Go Nuts for Donuts (hereafter known as GNfD) is a simultaneous action selection/set collection card game that has players trying to earn the most points by acquiring useful cards (i. The more players you have, the larger the range of donuts you will have access to in Go Nuts for Donuts.

This is great, as the likelihood of drinking being involved when playing with adults is (in my experience) pretty damn high. This game is just not for families though; my wife and I played this game multiple times with several of our friends on our own game night to very positive reviews. No powers are activated if the card was taken from another player, drawn from the deck or taken from the discard pile. The game is also incredibly accessible, as I was able to play with my gaming group and also with other non-gamer friends, all of which enjoyed it.Go Nuts for Donuts helps to reinforce probability, visual declination and strategic thinking skills. The game will end when there are not enough cards left in the deck to fully replenish the cards up for grabs. When there are not enough cards from the deck to refill the row, the game ends and highest score wins. As long as you are ok with the threat of constantly getting no cards during rounds, Go Nuts for Donuts can be quite enjoyable.

In this game, you’re selecting cards as well, except that you’re not always guaranteed a card each round. The guide even separates the donuts by the background colors of the cards so that you can easily find what you’re looking for. Go Nuts for Donuts is a set collection card game for 2-6 Players that takes about 20 minutes to play.

Once each player has a selection card face down in front of them, everyone simultaneously reveals it. They will then take the numbered card that matches the number token above the donut they want, and place it face down in front of them. The rulebook is excellent and has a very helpful donut guide inside with pictures and explanations of each of the different cards. The game is relatively quick at approximately 15-20 minutes and my kids enjoy playing this game multiple times in a night. The game adds a bit of childish charm and personality to your game collection and will be pulled out fairly often with a group that has a playful sense of humour.

This box has a lot of empty space and the components could have fit into a smaller box or tin, upping the portability. It is simple, somewhat silly artwork like this that really helps set the tone for a chilled-out game and never fails to bring a smile to people’s faces. The cards are all incredibly easy to understand and are even colour coded for each different player count. You can work to deny your opponent cards through the bidding process, but there’s no stealing or forced discarding.

It reminds me of Sushi Go, but is different enough that players can own both without there being any overlap in gameplay. If only one player chooses a card, that player takes the card from the donut row and places it in front of herself. The game lacks some of its charm there, and with only 3 cards to choose from, the choice is usually fairly obvious.

All of them play a vital role in this easy-to-learn and instantly engaging card game from first-time inventor Zachary Eagle.

Maple Bar – Scores 3 points at the end of the game, but only if you have more than 6 types of donuts.

  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
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