A Painting Parlay egy remek társasjáték, 3 - 25 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövidebb, csak 15 - 45 perc. A társast, 10 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a szavazás, a szövetségek, a deduction és a matching mechanizmusokra.
Painting Parlay is an educational game meant to teach the world's greatest artists, increase visual literacy for art, and identify elements of style. Players can vote if their...
Painting Parlay is an educational game meant to teach the world's greatest artists, increase visual literacy for art, and identify elements of style. Players can vote if their opponents are correct, leading to a fun exploration of the arts.
Objective: Be the player or team with the most points after each player’s or team’s five cards have been placed with an artist. For a quick version of Painting Parlay use three cards instead of five.
Layout the sixteen artists in a four by four grid on the table.
Shuffle the large square art cards and deal 5 cards to each player or team. Be sure not to look at the back of the art cards, as the artist is revealed on the backside of the card.
Place the small hint cards painting side up, next to the artist grid, players can search the hint deck for a painting.
Each player or team will take a voting card, and a point card with a clip to track their points.
On your turn, you will choose a painting in your hand, examine its style and elements, and compare it to the sixteen artists on the table.
You will then place your card with whom you think painted this painting, and give a brief reason on why you came to that conclusion.
Hints and Help:
If you are lost and need help you can search the hint deck for your painting, you will get fewer points if you choose correctly, however it will give you its date of creation, and information about the painting or artist.
Artist Information: At any time on your turn, you can flip one artist card and read a brief summary of their life.
Exchanging Your Painting: Once per game you or your team can switch one of the paintings in your hand with one of the top three paintings of the art card deck. You will take your new painting and discard the painting in your hand.
Once you have chosen who you think painted your painting, the other players will vote, flipping their voting card to a check or an x, on whether they think you guessed correctly or incorrectly. Then flip the art card, and reveal the artist.
If you placed your painting next to the correct artist you will receive a point amount based on whether you used a hint or not. Adjust your scorecard using the sliding clip on the card. If you guessed incorrectly, you receive no points.
Your turn ends and the next player seeks to match their painting with an artist.
Placed Painting Next to Correct Artist without a Hint: 5 points
Placed Painting Next to Correct Artist with a Hint: 3 points
If you voted correctly what the outcome would be: 2 points
Players continue to place their paintings with an artist until everyone has placed five of their paintings. In the quick version of Painting Parlay, it is only three paintings that are placed with an artist for the game to end.
Look at your scorecard and see who has the most points, that player or team is the winner! Congratulations on your mastery of the world’s most famous masterpieces.
In team mode, this game can accommodate up to eight teams of six players. Each player will receive one painting card and the voting card will be switched between players on a team each turn. Players on the same team can work together to figure out who painted a teammate’s painting and to vote, however it is up to the player whose turn it is to make the final choice. In team mode, players cannot exchange their painting cards for another. The game will end after six paintings have been placed next to an artist from each team.