A New Sakura egy kiváló társasjáték, 2 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 5 - 15 perc. A társast, 14 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a kereskedés, az ütés-váltós, a kártya húzás és a memória mechanizmusokra.
New Sakura is a card game in the shape of a cherry blossom based on the cherry blossoms that represent Japan. You can play three game rules with one product. Playing rules 1 is a...
New Sakura is a card game in the shape of a cherry blossom based on the cherry blossoms that represent Japan. You can play three game rules with one product.
Playing rules 1 is a game for two people.
The player who plays the highest cards, gains the played cards. Gained cards are lined up as your flower.
You play 3 times, until no one has cards left. The dealer role shifts, and a new round begins. The flowers are kept between rounds.
After the fourth round, the player with the most flowers wins.
Enjoy the bargains created by the relationship between the cards known to your opponent and the cards you face down.
Playing rules 2 is a game for 2 to 6 people
You will create a flower with 5 petals, each with a number 1–4.
When everyone has used up their hand, the player with the lowest difference between their petal number total and their center number chip, is the winner.
You play three deals, and the player who has won the most times wins.
Please aim at your numbers while trying to get in the way who guesses what numbers all players have in the same conditions
Playing rules 3 is a game for 3 to 6 people
On a turn, you can play one card to the table to start a new bloom (with up to three blooms being in play at once), add one or more matching cards to an existing bloom (with no more than five cards in the bloom), play a special card, or (if you can't play anything) discard one card, then draw one. If you place the fifth card in a bloom, remove those cards, then play one standard card to start a new bloom.
The first player to empty their hand of cards wins!
In the advanced game, continue play until two players have emptied their hands, with the first player scoring 2 points and the second player 1 point. Play multiple rounds, and the player who first has 5 points wins!
—description from the designer