Hanabi - The Co-operative Card Game (English Edition)
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- In this challenging cooperative card game, players work together to launch a spectacular firework display.
- Trouble is, it's dark out, so you can't really see what you are working with.
- Each player holds their cards so that only the other players can see them.
- They must give each other vital information and remember all the information received.
- Use the information wisely to choose which cards to play.
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In this challenging cooperative card game, players work together to launch a spectacular firework display. Trouble is, it's dark out, so you can't really see what you are working with. Each player holds their cards so that only the other players can see them. They must give each other vital information and remember all the information received. Then use the information to choose which cards to play. Helping each other play the right cards at the right time is the key to creating an unforgettable show and avoid being booed by the audience.
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Top Customer Reviews
The game is rather theme light but it is incredibly clever, being easy to learn, but difficult in practice. The card deck consists of five different colours of cards numbered 1-5 in each colour. The goal of the game is to place five piles in each colour in their numerical order (a little like solataire) but it's not that simple.
Each player is dealt a hand of cards but has to hold them facing the other way so everyone else can see your hand, except you. There are three actions a player can take on their turn, either:
- Play a card to the centre of the table, if it's in the wrong order in a row, the card is lost and the team loses one of it's limited lives.
- Use a clue token. This allows players to give hints as to what another player has in their hand.
- Discard a card to regain a clue token.
The clues you give and to who are what make a game. You can only give either colour or number clues per token such as "these cards are 3's" or "those two cards are red" but not both. Depending on what the table state is like will give a hint as to whether a player should play or discard a card. The order you give hints to set players up for turns is important as you have limited tokens and leaving a player with a turn and no information can ruin your end score as there are limited cards in each number so you can easily lock yourselves out from being able to finish a run or two if you discard the wrong ones.
The cards themselves are nothing special, standard playing cards that come in a pretty small box of decent quality.Read more ›
Hanabi is a clever little game that is super easy to learn and frustratingly difficult to get the top score. Like all good games getting the top score is a combination of both luck and skill. After a few games a good strategy for getting the maximum points becomes clearer and the re-playability of the game with the same group of people does begin to taper off quickly (although we have not achieved reached the top possible score yet arggh!)
The cards are on OK quality, but once the cards get marked or creased it can spoil the game especially if some of you have used the deck before.
I have two children(girls) aged 9 & 11 and we have played the game as a family a couple of times. Unfortunately it has failed to capture their imagination or inspire them. Don't let the art work deceive you, it is not really a game that children enjoy. It is more suited as a game for adults after conversation as waned.... think family xmas after a big meal, easter with the inlaws after too much chocolate etc.
I certainly don't regret buying this, but if you are new to cooperative games then there much better ones out there.
I really like the fact that you don't look at your own hand but instead face it outward for everyone else to see, this takes a bit of getting used to and is a really nice little querk. Overall I am a convert to this game and highly recommend it
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this as a gift so I cannot comment on how good the game - however, from the picture this looked like it was going to be a bigger than just a pack of cards so as a gift... Read morePublished 3 months ago by office lady
can be played also in 2, always interesting.
The aim is to BEAT the game, and win as a team, so it's lovely to play TOGETHER to achieve the goal. Read more
This game really turns board gaming on its head in some respects. It can take a bit of practice, but with the right players can have some very nuanced strategy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Herb
A great game. Something a bit different if you're used to more competitive card games. But this is a beautiful set of cards and it's quite nice the sense of team accomplishment at... Read morePublished 8 months ago by flux
I wasn't sure about buying this but I'm glad I did as it's really fun! Took us a while to pick up the rules but once we did we really enjoyed it.Published 11 months ago by Ms. K. L. Hamill