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Puzzle Master
Things From Another World
by Pinbro Games (2022)
Player Count
2 to 6

Player Ages

Playing Time
20 minutes to 1 hour
  • Card Game
  • Party Game
  • Mechanisms
  • Victory Points as a Resource
  • Artists
  • Luis M. Pino
  • Family
  • Crowdfunding: Verkami
  • Rating: 0/10 from 0 users


    The Dragon God of the Eclipse, Raju, has cultivated and collected Arkonite gems for billions of years, giving it its ancient energy and power. Anyone who dares to challenge him to remove the gems ends up wishing they hadn't tried.

    But, now, a group of Heroes are ready to enter and appropriate his priceless treasure. So much so that, blinded by greed, all champions will do whatever it takes to get the best cut. Get the highest number of victory points with the Arkonites collected and stored in the coffers of your kingdom. Each color of Arkonite has a different value. The player with the highest score wins the game.

    During each round of Raju, two Arkonites are drawn from Raju's cave (from his cloth bag) and the die is rolled to see if the night and day champion cards are empowered or if, on the contrary, there is an eclipse and all champions develop your skills during this round.

    Each opponent plays a Master card (secretly or not, depending on the previous roll of the die) in their own play area. Whoever has the highest card number wins the round and takes the Raju treasure drawn at the beginning of the round.

    This mechanic is repeated over 9 rounds where, depending on how you have played your cards taking into account what you think others are going to play, you will or will not be the winner.

    Depending on the game mode, up to 3 games can be chained together without revealing the loot achieved. Which makes it very interesting due to the great variety of Arkonites included in the game and of different value.

    —description from the publisher

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