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im reluctant to call this a "GAME" that being said its really fun . This game can be brutally difficult to play but when you actually complete a couple of rounds the feeling of satisfaction is WONDERFUL . Its not for every group but it def has its place at my table . I HATE THE BOX !
a game that require friends or players to be synchronize! easy to learn and teach and hard to reach the last level xD one of my friend who love to think possibilities when throwing the card make the game even harder lol!!
Won on the first time I played, with three others that had just played together with another fourth player. They wanted to try the blind play variant after that and we got through to round five before using the last of our lives. It's a time filler not a "game" so while I might play again, I'm not intending to do so.
Interesting premise. Great for casual play with my wife. I think it's probably limited in that you need to play with a consistent group to do well. The art and components on this are also pretty uninspired. All in all, it fills a pretty cool niche in my collection and I'll definitely be hanging on to it.
Can't recommend this game enough. If this one doesn't excite you – whether it seems like it isn't really a "game" but more an activity, or you're just annoyed by the hype it has generated and don't want to bite – I insist you give it a go anyway. I think you'll find that both the tension and the excitement this game can generate from a single card play is utterly astounding and completely unique.
Fun to play casually with friends. Only a little strategy involved, when numbers are dealt in sequence the following plays are really tense and those moments are very exciting.
An SdJ nominee in the vain of The Game. The Mind transforms players into the game itself, as they must infer based on nothing other than body language and darting glancing when to play their next card. I understand that others find this type of game appealing, but it fails to engage me.
I guess I missed the memo where we all pretend to really like a game that isn't a game because there's no reason people should like this phony activity that's a waste of paper, ink, and most importantly, time.