Month: April 2016


While its name is the Japanese word for fireworks, little is known about the game, its history, or its designers. It was published in 2010 and, 6 years later, is finally starting to get the recognition it deserves.   There isn’t much to Hanabi, just a small deck of cards broken into 6 colors, each color including cards from 1 to 5, 8 clock tokens and 4 fuse tokens. The idea is to successfully lay out the five main colors in ascending order on the table. But it’s simplicity is very deceiving. The main catch is that you’re not...

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Fast-paced and grabby, this simple card game has livened up get togethers for years. Spoons is like musical chairs for your hands. Can you be the last one standing? ObjectPlayersWhat You'll Need Get a four of a kind, grab a spoon, and be the last player with a spoon. 2-8; any more and you may need a second deck of cards. One standard deck of cards, jokers removed, spoons: one less than the amount of players. Play Choose a player to be the dealer The dealer shuffles the deck thoroughly and deals out four cards per person. The dealer...

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