NEXENO is a card game played by one to seven players. Game rules for individual play are outlined, as well as partner play, a solitaire game and a canasta game.
ONEXENO is exciting new strategy game that was launched in January, 2009. Since then it has featured in several magazines as a ‘hot’ new product, including ‘Toy Directory’, ‘Creative Play’ and ‘Creative Child’ magazines. The card game has received ‘Creative Child’s “SEAL OF EXCELLENCE” Award.
ONEXENO uses a dedicated-deck card game played with a specially printed deck of square cards. The card game was originally developed in 2008 by Raymond Lauzzana, and is published by Penrose Press. Most games played with the cards utilize a basic edge-matching rule. The complete deck of cards contains 70 unique square cards with 280 spots. One card for each of the possible combinations binary elements around the edge of a 3X3 matrix, called Trihadamards.
ONEXENO is a straightforward edge-matching card game with 70 unique cards per deck representing the complete set of TriHadamard kernels. The basic game may be played by 2 to 7 players, ages 7 and up. Players make points by arranging rows of edge-matching cards. When a row of five cards is complete, the player takes the points indicated on the face of the card. This simple rule leads to a game of exceptional complexity and engaging strategic play.
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