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Planet kort
Planet kort
by Geografforlaget (2007)
Player Count
2 to 4

Player Ages
8+

Playing Time
20 minutes
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Educational
  • Space Exploration
  • Designers
  • Kristoffer Leer
  • Tais Wittchen Dahl
  • Mechanisms
  • Set Collection
  • Trick-taking
  • Pattern Building
  • Rating: 6/10 from 2 users

    Description

    This is a danish card game about our solar system. The game has 42 card. One card represent the Sun. The other cards represent planets (including the earth), moons, asteroids and comets. Each card have information about the object it represents and a picture of the object.

    The game can be played in three different ways; One called Build Solar System, one called War of the Worlds and one rummy-styled game.

    In Build Solar System the first player to get rid of all your cards first win. Each player start with three card. The first player draws a card and play a card. Then each player in turn add a card to the Solar System by playing cards next to card on the table. Planet cards must be played next to planets they are next to in order from the Sun. Moons must be placed perpendicular to the planet they circle. Asteroids are placed in a asteroid field between Mars and Jupiter. Coments act as jokers and can be placed anywhere insted of another card. If you can't add a card to the Solar System you must draw a card insted.

    In War of the Worlds each player has a deck of card and you try to get the most cards. The starting player look at the top card and pick one piece of information on the card: mass, diameter, density, speed, length of the day, temperature or distance to the sun. All players now show their top card. The one with the higher value get all the cards and put the card on the bottom of the deck. That player now look at the top card and pick a piece of information on that card. When one player has no card in the deck the game ends and the player with the most cards win.

    In the rummy-styled game each player tries to get the most points by playing sets of cards. Each card has a point value printed in the rigth corner. Each player start with 6 cards in the hand. The rest of the card is placed in to deck and the top card is turned over - this is the start of the dicard pile. The players now takes turns. In a turn you start by drawing a card. Then you have the option to play a set of tree. A set must be either three planets next to eash other in the ord they placed from the sun, three moons from the same planet, a planet and two of its moons or thee asteroids. You end you turn by discarding a card. When one player has no cards in the hand game ends. The player with to highest total point value on the table win.

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