A Mürkantun egy nagyszerű társasjáték, 1 - 10 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 20 perc. A társast, 6 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a történetmesélés, a memória, a solitaire és a matching mechanizmusokra.
Mürkantun is the first published game in Mapuzugun (Mapuche language). It is a card game that wants to collaborate with the task of revitalizing Mapuzugun, a language spoken by...
Mürkantun is the first published game in Mapuzugun (Mapuche language). It is a card game that wants to collaborate with the task of revitalizing Mapuzugun, a language spoken by the Mapuche people, a people pre-existing to the national states of Argentina and Chile. Languages are one of the most beautiful and wonderful human creations. More than 7000 languages are spoken in the world and, in Argentina, in addition to Spanish, there are more than 20 languages of different indigenous peoples. But many are at a disadvantage compared to Spanish and are at risk of disappearing.
It has 2 game modes:
Objective: find the pair.
On their turns, players turn over two cards trying to find the corresponding pair (Ex: Mara- Rügkün). If they do not match, you must leave them in the same place. Whoever finds the most pairs wins.
Objective: each participant has to guess which card was played from the clues provided by the other players.
On their turn, a player draws a card from the deck without looking at it. The other players, in turn, must provide a clue in Mapuzugun about the appearance of the image of the card that the player has to guess (Ex: it does not fly, it has feathers). If they guess, they keep that card. If they don't guess, the card returns to the bottom of the deck. The one who collected the most cards wins.
The guessing game (Konew) is an ancient Mapuche game. Older people say that in the winters when families were gathered in their homes they used to play to tell riddles, thus the cold weather passed.