Az Anagrammando egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 30 perc. A társast, 8 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni.
A fun and original word game for everyone where the goal is to write and make people guess a mysterious word. You have to be skilled with anagrams, but also fast, creative and...
A fun and original word game for everyone where the goal is to write and make people guess a mysterious word. You have to be skilled with anagrams, but also fast, creative and intuitive!
The youngest player begins who takes the pink slate and a marker, draws an anagramm card, and puts it in the center of the table face up. He turns the spinner indicating the number of letters of the word to form, then starts the hourglass and, using the letters of the drawn card, try to form a word by writing it on the slate without showing it to others and revealing the initial letter.
The other players must try to guess the mysterious word in about 15 seconds of time and everyone has only guess. If no one guesses, the competitor on duty reveals the second letter of the word and, if he still does not guess anyone, reveals the third letter of the mysterious word. The round ends when a competitor guesses the mysterious word or no one guesses after the third letter.
The game continues with a new round, identical to the previous one (the player on duty changes clockwise). The spinner can indicate to form a word of 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 letters. If the arrow points to the smiley face, the player can form a word with any number of letters, which he must declare together with the first letter of the word.
The playerho guesses the word on the first hit earns 3 points, on the second letter 2 points and on the third letter 1 point. If no one guesses, 3 points go to the author of the word. If the current player fails to form the word, he loses 3 points. The winner is whoever reaches 25 points first (or more, or less, at the choice of the players before starting the race).
When a competitor guesses the mysterious word, he plays with the anagrams: he takes the light green (large) slate and a marker and, in the time of an hourglass, tries to write as many anagrams as possible of the guessed word - you do not use all the letters of the word). To his normal score, he can add one point for each anagram of the starting word.
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