Gamewright | Go Nuts for Donuts | Board Game | Ages 8+ | 2-6 Players | 20 Minutes Playing Time
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The game is also incredibly accessible, as I was able to play with my gaming group and also with other non-gamer friends, all of which enjoyed it. The number of Donut cards played per game varies based on the number of players so a game is different each time. If only one player chooses a card, that player takes the card from the donut row and places it in front of herself.
As much as Sushi Go really set the bar for an easy introduction into set collection mechanics, slathered over a theme that was eye-catching and welcoming, I would argue that Go Nuts For Donuts is just as significant as a welcoming game.Double Chocolate – Draw 2 cards from the donut deck, select and keep one, place the other back on the top of the deck.
With a player count up to six and the fact that young, inexperienced players can be competitive, it will be great for holiday gatherings.Dad: I was a little disappointed some of the Donut cards in the original Kickstarter game were not included in the retail version. The power does not activate when you get the card from another player, draw from the deck, or take from the discard pile. Important note: an action card’s ability is only ever triggered when you pick it up from the donut row. The more players you have, the larger the range of donuts you will have access to in Go Nuts for Donuts.