A Word-Spell egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 3 játékos részére. A társast, 6 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a kollekció gyűjtés mechanizmusra.
A Hebrew-language word card game that children and adults can play. It includes: 28 letter cards, showing a large Hebrew letter in block print form, a small cursive form of the...
A Hebrew-language word card game that children and adults can play. It includes:
28 letter cards, showing a large Hebrew letter in block print form, a small cursive form of the letter in the corner, and a background illustration of a word that starts with that letter. (Letters that have multiple cards have a different illustration for each one.)
6 word cards showing two different words, each having its point score and a picture of the what the word is.
1 clown (joker) card which can be used to stand for any letter.
1 rules card, the rules taking both sides.
(Note: The Hebrew alphabet consists primarily of consonants. There are diacritical marks that can indicate vowels, but they are not used anywhere in this game except the front of the box for the game's name.)
The word cards are shuffled at the start of the game, and the letter cards are shuffled at the start of each round. Each round consists of revealing the top word card, dealing 5 letter cards to each player, and revealing the top letter card to start the discard pile. A turn consists of drawing a card (the top of either the draw or discard pile), and discarding a card.
The hand ends when a player can spell one of the two words on the word card from the letters in their hand, at which point they score the points that word is worth. In the rare case that the letter deck has been gone through twice with no one spelling a word, the letter cards are all gathered and re-dealt.
After 5 rounds, the player with the highest score wins.