A Nobody, inside! egy kiváló társasjáték, 3 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 20 perc. A társast, 10 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít az ütés-váltós mechanizmusra.
中の人なんかいない！ (Nobody, inside!) is a mix of trick-taking and blind auction bidding, for 3-6 players. The deck shows visitors to a theme park, with the low cards also doubling as the...
中の人なんかいない！ (Nobody, inside!) is a mix of trick-taking and blind auction bidding, for 3-6 players. The deck shows visitors to a theme park, with the low cards also doubling as the costumed characters trying to get the visitors to ride on the attractions.
The game is played in alternating rounds of trick-taking and blind auctions. During the trick-taking, players follow normal trick-taking rules (follow the lead if possible, play a trump otherwise).
The winner of the round then leads a blind bidding, placing costumed cards face-down plus chips. Players that don't want to or cannot play a costumed mascot play a visitor instead, face-up as a discard. The winner of the auction collects visitors fom the other players, and sets the next trump colour.
At the end of the game, the players get points for the visitors they have earned, and a bonus for colour majorities.
The deck consists of cards 1-15 in 4 colors. Ranks 1-8 are "Visitor" cards, and ranks 9-15 may either be a "Visitor" card of rank 9-15 or rotated 180 degrees to be a "Costumed" card of rank 1-3. The game also comes with bidding chips which are distributed to the players.
The lead player has the option of starting a "Visitor" trick or a "Costumed" bid. A "Visitor" trick proceeds as a standard trick-taking game with players each playing a card from their hand (following suit if possible), and the winner being the player that played the highest ranked trump card, and if none were played, the highest ranked card in the lead suit.
In a "Costumed" bid, any player, including the lead player, that plays a "Costumed" card, plays it face down. Such players can also add up to 3 of their bidding chips to their card. Any player who does not want to or cannot play a "Costumed" card instead plays a "Visitor" card face up. At the end of the trick, the highest combined value of chips and "Costumed" card takes the trick, with the latter played breaking ties. The trump suit for "Visitor" rounds is determined by the last "Costumed" card color to win a "Costumed" trick.
The winner of the "Costumed" trick chooses between scoring all "Visitor" cards played to the trick that match the color of the winning costume or acquiring cards of this color from in front of the other players.
Players play a predetermined number of rounds, with the rules suggesting 3. Points are earned based upon the visitors scored during "Costumed" tricks and the number of colors of visitors obtained during "Visitor" tricks.