Wrong Chemistry Board Game
THE CONCEPT: Scientists in a lab are trying to create new elements, and they get it all wrong! In Wrong Chemistry (W.C.) you change a molecule in order to create new elements out of it. A fun, easy to learn, but hard to master, game, with funny references to the real elements from the periodic table. GAMEPLAY: Players alternate rounds, during which they try to change the pieces on the board, in such a way that they can be the same shape represented by the cards in their hands. The cards represent new elements that the players discover, and when the board has the proper form, the player reveals from his hand the element he/she discovered and adds the card to his/her pile of earned points. GAME END: The game ends when a player can no longer draw more cards. The winner is the player with the most points or, in case of a tie, the one that discovered more elements that are next to each other in the Periodic Table of the Elements (chairs not included) 1 Blue Central Hex, 5 Yellow Hexes, 5 White Wooden Discs, 4 Black wooden discs, 2 Aid Cards, 52 Element Cards, Multilingual rulebook
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2012-10-27 : Played with 3 and liked it - not too much downtime, lots of thinking, some luck involved. A game you can play while waiting for the rest of the bunch to show up at gamenight.2015-11-03 : Another excellent 2-player game sealed the deal : there's a lot to like in this game if you only play it with 2 or 3 - with more it starts to drag
It´s nice HARD game to master, but still a good game to play with friends, the fun in the cards, the many, but many possibilites and of course, some fun in "mess up" the game of the others (player of your left) is a plus in the game. Not much love here in BGG, but a LOT OF LOVE in all the game conventions that i bring the game... Some guys should pay more attention to this game.... small, fast, fun and a very hard game to master!
Decent Game, I think it helps that my wife is a Chemistry teacher, might not appeal to people that aren't too interested in science. It is more fun based then fact based.
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