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Gamewright | Go Nuts for Donuts | Board Game | Ages 8+ | 2-6 Players | 20 Minutes Playing Time

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Whilst not mind-blowing by any means, the fact that the cards are linen finish make them water-resistant. All photos on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4. I love how every different donut type has their own different faces drawn on to them, it really brings the extra personality touches that help you engage with the game. I enjoy that players can gain points by collecting a lot of cards or by gaining as few cards as possible. Every two weeks we will have a new game to review and if any reader has suggestions for us, please let us know in the comments below!

I also wished they could develop a box/case that could allow players to “save” a current game in case someone has to leave and you have to finish the game at a later time. The cards are all incredibly easy to understand and are even colour coded for each different player count. If you’re the only player that bid for the donut, than you take it and place it face up in front of you. Some cards are worth negative points at the end of the game, but may have provided a beneficial special power during the game.

The endless amount of ways to win the game makes me keep playing and trying to figure out new strategies each time. Now that Go Nuts for Donuts is set up, which will take you less time than actually reading through what I have written so far, it is time to play! The game is quickly explained and a great start to a boardgame evening with friends or a simple party game. So, for example, if you want the card under the number two tile, choose the number two card from your hand. The Boy: My almost 8-year-old son who enjoys any type of game, from video games to board games to card games, as long as it makes him think.

In this game, you’re selecting cards as well, except that you’re not always guaranteed a card each round. Go Nuts for Donuts is a fun card game that is a great step to teaching your children more advanced tabletop card games. Go Nuts for Donuts helps to reinforce probability, visual declination and strategic thinking skills. Place the stack of donuts face down to form a draw pile and reveal and place one donut into the space below each numbered counter. When all the selection cards have been played, and everyone has gotten a donut, or not, then everyone takes back their selection card.

The great thing about all of this combined (the theme, ease of play, short game length) is that you can easily play this game with your game group between bigger games, use it to introduce new gamers into set collecting and secret bidding mechanics, and even teach it to your children. After all the donuts have been collected or discarded, the game ends and the player with the most points wins. There are lots of ways the cards can score, so figuring out the combos and working them in your favor is part of the strategy. You have peeled off the lid, and your mouth is now salivating everywhere at the scent of that crisp, fresh sugary morsel game. The power does not activate when you get the card from another player, draw from the deck, or take from the discard pile.

If only one player chooses a card, that player takes the card from the donut row and places it in front of herself. As a board and card game reviewer, I'm hoping that this blog will inform, educate and entertain you. The counters with the numbers on will be used to number each ‘row’ and you will use 1 more than the number of players. Some offer straight points, others award points on a sliding scale as you collect more of them, while others might actually be negative points, but give you a powerful one time ability.When there are not enough cards from the deck to refill the row, the game ends and highest score wins. I have to say that I’m pretty pleased with the overall designs of everything inside the box, including the insert, which fits everything in a nicely designed slot specific to each piece. You can work to deny your opponent cards through the bidding process, but there’s no stealing or forced discarding. I like that I can play a simple game with just my daughter or I can get the whole family together and really go at it with everyone.

There are cards that reward you for getting through the game with just a few types of donuts in hand, or few cards in general. For a four player game, the teal, pink and purple background cards are used while the blue cards are only used with 5 players or more.Starting with the lowest number and going up, players will look to see if they are able to take their chosen card. At any rate, a game that presents me with adorable, smiling, yummy-looking donuts was destined going to catch my eye. With a player count up to six and the fact that young, inexperienced players can be competitive, it will be great for holiday gatherings. However they’ll have to be careful as other players might be after the same donuts as they are, meaning no one gets to eat it. Dad: I was a little disappointed some of the Donut cards in the original Kickstarter game were not included in the retail version.

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