Are there English rules available anywhere for this game?
How many cards are in this game?
Nea Smirni | Athens
Considering this photo:
there are 63 Time Cards (1:00, 1:30,-....-12:00,12:30),
20 "!" (rule)cards,
and 24 "?" cards which show when a rule occurs.
I don't own the game, but I can explain the rules shortly:
The game consists of 4 turns.All players have a card pile in front of them. On his turn, each player reveals a card, and pronouns the time. For example:
The 1st player reveals card "11:00" and says 1 o'clock.
The 2nd player reveals card "3:00" and says 2 o'clock.
The 3rd player reveals card "6:00" and says 3 o'clock.
etc...until 12 o'clock and then from the beginning 1,2,3...
During the 1st turn the rules are 2.
If a player reveals a card and he has to say the same time as it is displayed on the card, all players have to put their hand on the middle of the table. The last one, takes 5 cards (or less or none if there aren't cards)from the opened card piles on the table, and the remaining cards from all players' open piles are removed from the game.
Maria plays first and she has to say "1 o'clock", but she also reveals a "1:00" card. All the players put their hand in the middle of the table. George was late, so he takes 5 cards from the open piles and the rest of them are removed from the game. Then, George starts opening a card in front of him and he says 1 o'clock, etc.
Some cards have a time machine symbol on them.(it is like a bicycle in german edition). When it is revealed, the next player has to say the time counter-clockwise and so on until another time machine will be revealed.
*If a player does a mistake with the rules he gets 5 cards and the remaining open piles are removed from the game. Then he starts counting from the beginning.
*If two rules are about to trigger, then nothing happens.
Maria reveals a "7:00" card and she has to say 7 o'clock but also the card has a time machine. So now the players don't put their hands in the middle and neither counter-clockwise pronouncement will begin. The next players continue clockwise pronouncement.
During the 2nd,3rd and 4th turn, there are additional rules.
The winner of the 1st turn chooses who will not hear the new rule. This player leaves the room. The other players open a "!" (rule) card and a "?" (trigger) card. The trigger can be a specific time or a symbol, which indicates when the revealed rule will trigger. The players also have to name this rule, for example : "balloon". This is because when someone will make a mistake considering this rule, the others have to say: "You are wrong, considering balloon ". The player who left the room, now returns and his mission is to guess which is the new rule. If he do so, he can say which rule is hidden from him and if he is correct, he discards 5 cards from his pile of cards.(this can be any time, even in the 4th turn)
--The winner of each turn opens the top card of his pile(he will have 1 card less) and then he starts the game revealing another card.--
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The French version I just bought has rules in both English and French, and 110 cards, 85*85mm (can you even sleeve that?)