In Robin Hund, a circular track is laid out using tiles. Two robber cards are placed openly in the middle. A stack of treasure cards is put at the side. Each player gets a dog-meeple and places it on the castle tile.
The active player picks up the two robber cards in the middle and either keeps them or gives them to one or two other player(s). A card may be kept only if the player doesn't have this card yet. (There are five different robber cards.) When the active player gives a card to another player and that player keeps it (i.e. doesn't have it yet), he or she may move his/her dog as many tiles as the number of cards the receiving player holds. If the receiving player has the card already, however, s/he shows it, discards one of the two and the active player's turn ends.
When a player has five different cards in his or her hands, he or she can draw a treasure card. If a dog moves around the track and reaches the castle again, the owner also draws a treasure card. The first player with either five treasure cards or 10 gold coins shown on treasure cards is the winner.
(User summary by HilkMAN)