In this stand-alone small box "travel version" of Keltis the familiar rules and forms are mixed with some push-your-luck element. Every turn, players flip a stone tile to its face up side. They have to decide whether they continue a path of stones, or simply leave it at its position. Instead of flipping a new stone tile, players may decide to take one that is already flipped. The larger the path of stones, the more points a player scores. And don't forget to collect wishing stones; otherwise you get a minus score!
czech rules - unofficial translation to czech from unofficial english translation. I have bought this Keltis in Germany for Nikolka - doughter of my best friend. I didn't find czech rules on web therefore I have tried to translate rules to czech for her :-)
This is a table where you can note down your score at the end of the game. Each table is enough for 1 game with 4 players. Or for 2 games with 2 players. So each sheet is good for 4 and 8 games respectively.
The reason for creating this table was that I was really bored to keep all the numbers in my head.