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by (Self-Published) (2017)
Player Count
2 to 8

Player Ages

Playing Time
15 minutes to 25 minutes
  • Political
  • Card Game
  • Party Game
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  • Crowdfunding: Verkami
  • Rating: 6.22/10 from 48 users


    ¡Ruiz! is a party game based on the nonsense sentences said by the Spanish president Mariano Rajoy.

    The game consist in 98 cards divided in two decks: word cards and "Fin de la cita" (end of quote) cards. At the word card deck you will find 9 Mariano Rajoy's sentences chopped into pieces, so each card of the deck will have one piece of any of the sentences. The objective of the game is to build new sentences up by remixing the original sentences.

    This are some of the sentences conforming the game:
    "Un vaso es un vaso y un plato es un plato" (entrevista a Televisió de Girona, 23-9-2015).
    “A glass is a glass and a plate is a plate” (interview at Televisió de Girona, 2015-9-23).
    "España es un gran país que hace cosas importantes y tiene españoles" (Mitin del PP, 17-5-2016).
    “Spain is a great country that makes important things and has got Spanish people”. (at a Popular Party's meeting, 2016-5-17).
    "Lo que nosotros hemos hecho, cosa que no hizo usted, es engañar a la gente." (Tribuna Parlamento, 2-3-2016)
    “What we have done, which you did not do, is to deceive people” (Tribune of the Spanish Parliament, 2016-3-2 ).
    "España es una gran nación y los españoles muy españoles y mucho españoles" (Mitin de del PP, 20-5-2015).
    “Spain is a great nation and the Spanish people is very Spanish and a lot of Spanish” (at a Popular Party's meeting, 2016-5-17).
    "La cerámica de Talavera no es cosa menor, dicho de otra manera: es cosa mayor". (Rueda de prensa, 24-9-2015)
    “The pottery of Talavera is not a minor thing, in other words: it is a major thing”. (Rueda de prensa, 2015-9-24).

    How to play: Eight cards are dealt to each player: six word cards and two “Fin de la cita”. The first player opens a sentence by placing a card on the table. In turns, each player must continue the sentence by adding a card that is gramaticaly correct with respect to previous word cards; it doesn't need to make any sense. Each "Fin de la cita" allows you to close the sentences: so when a sentence is gramatically closed, the player in turn can close the sentence by using a "Fin de la cita" and he we'll win the sentence.
    That is a general explanation of the game rules.

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