A Kaisermühlen Schmäh egy remek társasjáték, 3 - 6 játékos részére. A társast, 18 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a forgass és mozgass és a kockadobás mechanizmusokra.
What it is: A game centered around Viennese dialect. Unplayable if you are not familiar with the German language in general and Viennese dialect in particular. Aim of the game:...
What it is: A game centered around Viennese dialect. Unplayable if you are not familiar with the German language in general and Viennese dialect in particular.
Aim of the game: Bribing the attendant of the "Gänsehäufel" (a forested sand island in the Danube with a large open-air bath) into giving you the last of the almost-sold-out lockers. The player who is first to successfully bribe the attendant wins the game.
How it is played: To bribe the attendant, one needs to collect three "Wirtshauskarten" (inn/restaurant cards). These are gained by moving one's player token to the "Wirtshausfelder" (inn/restaurant spaces) on the board. When a player lands on a "Wirtshausfeld", he has to interpret a "Wuchtel-Karte". Each of these cards contains a lighthearted comments in Viennese dialect and four sentences in standard German. The active player first tries to interpret the comment. If he is successful, he gets to draw a "Wirtshauskarte". If not, he may pay 200 "Kaisermühlentaler" (game money) to have one of the four possible translations read to him and to guess if the translation is correct. If he is successful, he gets to draw a card. The "Wirtshauskarten" have alcoholic strengths printed on them. If the card has the same colour as the player's secret task card, he/she can try to bring it to the attendant to bribe him. But at the bath's entrance, there is a policeman conducting alcohol checks. Depending on the alcoholic strength of the active player's cards, he either has to pay a fine, or the other player/s who initiated the alcohol check have to pay the cost for the check.
Other special fields on the board let players win or lose money (through gambling, staying at the office, selling or auctioning off "Wirtshauskarten" etc.)