Hi everyone! This is a cooperative card game I designed that was inspired by my current favorite cooperative game, Hanabi.
Player Count: 2-6 players
Time: 30-45 minutes
Theme: Friends trying to work toward a goal together while bringing out their best points.
Mechanics: Kind of like Hanabi with variable goals - players see everyone else's hand but their own and attempt to get some Goal like playing All Even cards to a pile or a Countdown from card 6 down to card 1, etc.
Basic Overview: On your turn, either play a card to a pile, give a clue about cards to another player, discard a card for a clue, or use a clue to skip to a specific player's turn.
Components: 102 cards. I have reduced the number of needed cards by making about 20 of them multiuse/multipurpose
The idea is that all the players are blind to their own positive points and thus are trying to encourage and guide each other to see their own positive sides and to work together toward some common goal(s) together.
I would like to playtest this more with others and would love feedback on this Work In Progress.
The files are available at this link below. The components are only 102 cards (which will probably need to be sleeved with a Magic: The Gathering or other card as a the base), and the rules are only 4 pages.
Would anyone be willing to playtest this and give me their thoughts please? Thank you!
Sample Pictures of cards:
Seeking Playtesters' thread: https://boardgamegeek.com/article/24027158#24027158
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