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??????? (TRIANGLE)
??????? (TRIANGLE)
by Tsurezure Gusya (??????) (2017)
Player Count
1 to 4

Player Ages
6+

Playing Time
15 minutes to 20 minutes
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Fantasy
  • Puzzle
  • Party Game
  • Medieval
  • Number
  • Designers
  • Nozakuni (????)
  • Mechanisms
  • Modular Board
  • Cooperative Play
  • Hand Management
  • Artists
  • Akakatta (?????)
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    Description

    User summary
    ??????? (Toraianguru) TRIANGLE is a co-operative card game where players try to release captured people of their kingdom. The game allows solitaire play.

    In this game, there are 55 cards numbered 1-10, and the number on the card equals to the number of that card in the game. Of these 55 cards, the deck is shuffled and thirty-five cards are placed on the table. Players take turns playing cards from their hand to remove cards from the table.

    Before the game starts, the players make a tableau of 35 cards, in overlapping skewed rows. Some are face up, some are face-down. (Place five of them in the first row. Then place next five cards in the second row, covering half of the previous row, sliding half of the card length rightward. Continue placing until the seventh row is made. By doing so, only the bottom (seventh) row is fully visible, and most of the cards are partially hidden by two cards of the next row.)

    During your turn, you play a card from your hand to remove a fully visible card of the same value. Alternatively, you play two cards from your hand to remove a fully visible card whose value equals to the sum or difference of your two cards.

    After you remove a card from the table, new cards can be fully visible. If there is a pair of fully visible cards of the same value, they are removed immediately. Continue this chain reaction until no pair is made.

    When you can't remove any card by playing from your hand, you must spend a joker to remove any one card. All players lose the game if five jokers are spent and still you can't remove any card.

    All players win the game when all cards are removed from the table.

    Publisher's summary
    Rescue the people trapped in the kingdom! A co-operative card game using a total of 55 cards, from one “1” card to ten “10” cards.

    Each player in turn uses cards to make pairs with the cards in the center to remove them. The players are considered as the winners if all the cards in the center are removed. Although you may not talk about the numbers in your hand, you may form a strategy based on the number of cards of each type and aim for a win by communicating with your fellow players. It feels wonderful when you get a chain reaction!

    Aim for a high score by using techniques such as adding/subtracting the numbers of two cards from your hand.

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