A Scratch The Deck egy kiváló társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 5 - 15 perc. A játékmenet erősen épít a pakli tervezés és a vedd el mechanizmusokra.
Scratch The Deck: A cool card game for people who love Cats! Be the first to get rid of all your cards, plan your end game strategically to win and be the Scratch the Deck...
Scratch The Deck: A cool card game for people who love Cats!
Be the first to get rid of all your cards, plan your end game strategically to win and be the Scratch the Deck Champion.
Each player is dealt 4 cards face up and 9 cards face down. The 4 cards face up are to be kept in hand and the 9 cards face down cannot be seen or used until the end of the game when there is no more deck cards to draw from (9 Lives End Game).
Each turn players must lay a card of equal or higher value than the player before, for example: on top of a 4, you can lay a 4 or higher. If you have multiples of the same number you can lay them at the same time. If you lay 4 or more of the same number, you can Scratch the Deck (discard the pile and lay a new start card). As long as there are cards left in the deck, players must keep a minimum of 4 cards in hand at all times, so, if you lay 2 cards, you pick up 2, if you lay 1 card, you pick up 1.
Every time you place a card of the same value of the player before, for example: you lay a 5 on top of a 5, you pick a card up from the 'Good Cat Bad Cat' deck. Good Cat Cards offer advantages to players that can be helpful to the player (especially during the 9 lives end game) and Bad Cat Cards make the game harder for the player.
Super Power Cat Cards (Can be placed on any card, almost):
1 = Can be laid on any card and is the lowest value card in the game
3 = Can be placed under the pile (Hide Card)
6 = Can be laid on any card, the next player must play a double (2 or more cards of the same value) or Alpha (11 or 12) card next
9 = Can be laid on any card, the next player must lay lower than a 9
10 = Can be laid on any card, the card pile is discarded and a new start card is laid (Scratch the Deck)
—description from the designer