A Dexterity Jane egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 15 - 20 perc. A társast, 8 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a score-and-reset game, a valósidejű és a speed matching mechanizmusokra.
How fast can you fold your fingers? Dexterity Jane is a simultaneous party game using round cards. There are ten cards numbered from 1 to 10 and the rest of the cards show hands...
How fast can you fold your fingers?
Dexterity Jane is a simultaneous party game using round cards.
There are ten cards numbered from 1 to 10 and the rest of the cards show hands with folded fingers… or not.
Use the numbered cards to indicate the number of the current round, but also the number of Hand cards that will be used for this round, and also the number of points that you can win at this round.
At the beginning of each round, reveal as many Hand cards as the number printed on the numbered card.
Then, all the players, start folding their fingers according to what is asked by the revealed Hand cards.
Usually, a Hand card shows a single finger folded. But sometimes three fingers are folded (as per having your hand in a ”Bang“ position, index and thumb unfolded). Some card also show a fully open hand.
The rules are…
If several cards show different fingers to fold on the same hand (left or right), fold them all.
If a same finger must be folded twice, cancel this action; Leave it unfolded.
If a fully open hand is revealed, it cancels all other Hand cards indicating to fold a finger on this hand.
If two same (left or right) open hands are revealed, they cancel each other.
Then, when you think you have the right solution, before locking it, you have to check if you can shoot someone (your character is a cow-boy or a cow-girl!). If one of your hand is in the «Bang» position (index + thumb unfolded OR index + middle + thumb unfolded) then you can shoot someone at the table shouting “BANG!” to steal a victory point. If both hands are in the “Bang!” position, you can shout “BANG! BANG!” and steal two points.
After that step, lock your hands on the table, flipping the hands. Be careful: If a hand has no folded finger, you must place the fist on the table, and not a flipped flat hand!
—description from the publisher