Essen 2011. Traditional Japanese sport/play. Not rating it, as it's not so much a game system as a memory-reaction game. A number of cards depicting the lower half of famous Shakespearean quotes are laid out on the table. A non-participant draws cards containing the full quotes and start reading them out aloud (or, in the full version, put in the audio CD and set on random), and the first to pick the right quote gets the cards. Continue until there's only 1 card left, and the player with the most cards wins.