A Trappist-1 egy nagyszerű társasjáték, 1 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 15 - 20 perc. A társast, 10 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a kollekció gyűjtés, a kereskedés, az ütés-váltós, a pakli tervezés és a pakli építés mechanizmusokra.
In Trappist-1, your goal is to have five cards worth the most points at the end of the game. To do this, you will bid Trappist-1 cards against opponents to trigger special...
In Trappist-1, your goal is to have five cards worth the most points at the end of the game. To do this, you will bid Trappist-1 cards against opponents to trigger special abilities, trade your bids with the Ascending Market, and build your hand in concert with the Retrograde Stacks. Once the deck runs out, the game ends and the player with the best hand of five wins!
1. Shuffle the deck and deal four cards to each player.
2. Reveal four cards and place them in a line. This is the Ascending Market.
We are ready to play!
1. Players simultaneously bid one card. Their goal is to match their card to the neighboring planet(s) in the Ascending Market. For example, Trappist-1c cards only trade for Trappist-1b cards and Trappist-1d cards.
2. Reveal the bid. If any player’s bids match, those cards are returned to the respective player’s hand and those players will not trade this round. The first player in Trade Order may now use the card’s ability. The Trade Order is determined by the Retrograde Stack. At the beginning of the game, the Trade Order defaults to alphabetical order (b-h), but as the game progresses, the Retrograde Stack will determine the hierarchy of cards.
3. Now, in Trade Order, players put their bid card into the Ascending Market and simultaneously pull out neighboring planet cards. For example, if a player’s bid card is Trappist-1d, that player puts their Trappist-1d card into the Ascending Market and takes into their hand any Trappist-1c or Trappist-1e cards from the Ascending Market. The Trappist-1d card left in the Ascending Market is now available to other players.
4. Once all players have traded with the Ascending Market, the Ascending Market shifts right to the Retrograde Stack in order from closest to the stack to farthest. As new cards enter the Retrograde Stack, give them a new row on the farthest right column.
End Game & Scoring
Play continues until the deck cannot replenish four cards in the Ascending Market. Players now pick the best five cards in their hand for point tallying. Points are awarded by multiplying the card in your hand with the number of matching planets in the Retrograde Stack. For example, if there are five Venus cards in the Retrograde Stack and two Venus cards in your hand at the end of the game, you score 10 points for those two cards. Extra cards in players’ hands are ignored.
The player with the most points wins!