This is the German edition of UNDO: 600 Seconds. An English version is available separately.
Playing time: 45 to 90 minutes
Attention: This is the German edition of UNDO - Peak of no return. An English version is available separately.
Für einen unvergesslichen Abend mit der großen Liebe muss man sich ganz schön ins Zeug legen. Um seine bessere Hälfte am Valentinstag mit dem schönsten, selbst gepflückten Rosenstrauß zu überraschen, gilt es, geschickt zu bluffen und die Rivalen auszustecken, denn auch andere Verliebte warten nur darauf, die besten Blumen zu ergattern. Doch jeder noch so schöne Strauß kann ruiniert werden, wenn die Rosen voller Dornen sind.
In seinem Zug wählt der aktive Spieler eine Rosenkarte von seiner Hand aus und bietet sie verdeckt einem anderen Spieler an. Der beschenkte Spieler kann die Karte annehmen und seinem Strauß hinzufügen oder ablehnen, dann muss der aktive Spieler die Karte selbst nehmen. Anschließend wird der vergrößerte Strauß geprüft. Enthält er fünf oder mehr Dornen, ist der Strauß ruiniert und muss abgelegt werden. Am Ende seines Zuges darf der aktive Spieler seinen Strauß werten, falls er vier oder mehr Blüten besitzt, um Herzen zu erhalten. Mit fünf Herzen ist das Spiel gewonnen.
Punktesalat ist ein schnelles und spaßiges Drafting-Kartenspiel für die ganze Familie! Es gibt über 100 Wege, um Punkte zu sammeln, denn jede einzelne Karte zeigt auf einer Seite ein Gemüse und auf der anderen Seite eine Wertungsmöglichkeit. Die Spieler sammeln im Verlauf mehrerer Runden Gemüse und Punktekarten und versuchen dabei die erstmögliche Kombination zu kreieren. Diverse Strategien können zum Sieg führen und jede Partie ist einzigartig.
Ist ein Spieler am Zug, darf er entweder zwei von sechs Gemüsekarten oder eine von drei Punktekarten aus dem offenen Angebot nehmen und in seine Auslage legen. Anschließend wird ggf. die Gemüseauslage aufgefüllt. Optional darf der Spieler einmal in seinem Zug eine Punktekarte umdrehen zu einer Gemüsekarte, aber niemals andersrum. Das Spiel endet, wenn alle Karten gedraftet wurden. Wer nun die beste Kombination aus Gemüse- und Wertungskarten besitzt, gewinnt.
Die Spieler legen Karten mit verschiedenen Farben und Zahlen aus. Nach drei Durchgängen verwandeln sich aber nur die Karten der häufigsten Farbe in Punkte – außer die Anzahl ist über dem erlaubten Limit. Sonst zählt die zweithäufigste Farbe. Wer schafft es, seine Karten richtig auszuspielen und ganz groß zu punkten?
Das schnelle Kartenspiel 5211 mit minimalistischen Regeln jetzt mit toller Azul-Optik.
Los Angeles, New Year’s Eve: Right now, he should have been lying on a sun lounger in Hawaii for a week already, cocktail in hand. Instead, he’s clutching a pair of pliers with trembling hands, uncertain which wire to cut. Sweat runs into his eyes, adrenaline rushes through his veins. The seconds on the timer of the bomb tick down mercilessly … 8 … 7 … He desperately tries to remember his training with the CIA more than three decades ago … 6 … 5 … This must be payback for only working an office job these last ten years … 4 … 3 … He needs to make a decision if he wants to save all the people in this skyscraper … 2 … He cuts one wire … 1 … As the fireworks begin to illuminate the skyline of Los Angeles … 0 … the sound of a massive explosion and a devastating ball of fire usher in the new year with a catastrophe.
Players learn the rules and encounter the starting situation of the case on the first few cards, which also guide them through the setup. Once the setup is complete, players carry out nine time jumps. Every jump takes them to one independent moment from the past (or the future) and allows them to change that moment in one of three ways, which may change the starting situation for better or for worse. The players need to discuss what they know and try to come up with theories about the story, using the clues they gather from the different time jumps. Only by continuously adapting their theories and making the right choices will they successfully change fate.
In Second Chance, each player starts with a 9×9 grid that they want to fill as completely as possible. To begin the game, everyone receives a different card with a starting tile and marks off its spaces on their grid. Every turn, two puzzle tile cards are revealed, and each player chooses one of them, then marks off squares on their personal grid that match the shape of the image shown on their chosen card. Multiple players can choose the same card. If a player cannot fit either revealed shape into their grid, they get a second chance and reveal one card from the deck just for them. If they can fit this shape in their grid, they do continue normally next round; otherwise they are eliminated from play.
The game ends when all players have been eliminated, the deck of puzzle cards has run out, or a player has completely filled their grid. If someone has filled their grid, they win. If all players have been eliminated or the deck ran out of cards, then whoever has the fewest empty spaces wins.
4 pictures have 1 word in common - which one is it? 250 million smartphone and tablet users worldwide are trying to solve this puzzle. 4 Pictures 1 Word is one of the most successful apps on the market and ranks highly in the quiz and brainteaser games section of the App Store. The official card game with over 100 puzzles is an alternative for all those who like to solve puzzles together, whose battery is constantly empty or who prefer to play analog games without a screen. But the proven principle remains the same: find out which word four seemingly unrelated pictures have in common – against the clock, if played cooperatively.
High Above the Yucatán jungle, February 29, 1952: With a vigorous jump, a blonde woman in her twenties leaves the small plane‘s cabin and plunges towards the jungle. When the craft explodes above her, she doesn‘t look surprised, but pleased. She laughs because she knows that she has won. The shiny object in her hand is proof of that. The air rushing past rips at her expedition clothes. She confidently pulls on her parachute‘s cord, and then, as she tries pulling it again and again, panic wells up in her chest with the realization that it will never open...
In 1952 a treasure hunt in the Yucatán jungle goes horribly wrong when a young woman, equipped with a dysfunctional parachute, plummets to her certain death – unless the players use their time-traveling, event-altering abilities wisely, and find a way to both unravel the circumstances that led to the young woman’s fate, and change it, in UNDO - Treasure Fever.
A cemetery in the swamp, July 30, 1923: A man is his twenties is standing next to an open crypt, a horrified expression on his face. The meager light of his lantern reveals a set of stairs leading into the depths of a dark and foul-smelling crypt. Next to him are a backpack, a spade, and a portable telephone, whose wire leads down the stairs into the darkness. “Get out! Push back the grave slab and RUN!” cries a panicked voice through the receiver. “I can’t leave you, Harley,” he answers in a trembling voice. His gaze shifts to the heavy grave slab they pushed aside. “Harley, can you hear me?” he screams. A crackling noise over the receiver makes him pause. Then a hollow, gelatinous, disembodied voice echoes through the receiver: “YOU FOOL, HARLEY IS DEAD.” The man begins laughing hysterically. To protect his sanity, his heart stops and he drops down dead.
In UNDO - Forbidden Knowledge tragedy strikes on a graveyard in a swamp, in 1923’s City of Arkham: A man, standing by an open crypt, realizes the existence of something so terrifying that, in shock, he suffers an immediate cardiac arrest. Set in the mythical world of H.P. Lovecraft, players of this UNDO case are bound to cross paths with otherworldly horrors.
The all-knowing Bookworm is back in a bigger box with more content and challenges players to come up with words of a specific starting letter and regarding a specific theme – and all of this as quickly as possible! A handful of initial letters and many different categories (flying, salty, furniture, … ) are all players need, to get the words flowing. Creativity and quick thinking are key, since the player who can get rid of all their hand cards first, wins the game.
Bookworm – The Card Game is a fast-paced and versatile game for word wizards and quick thinkers alike. The game comes with three appealing modes, ranging from orderly succession with the category changing whenever a player blanks, to simultaneous quiz mode where only the fastest player scores. In its new edition the game contains more cards than before for increased variety.
The bookworm is looking for his successor. He is testing the players as likely candidates in this game by having them go through a plethora of different categories. In each category they must find fitting words, such that they match a die in the display or in front of another player. A special die mixes things up as it provides bonus points, minus points or a new theme. Players have to secure the most valuable dice for themselves and steal their opponents’ dice. Whoever earns 21 points first, wins.
Bookworm - The Dice Game brings new twists to the Bookworm gameplay while keeping its core. The cards of both Bookworm - The Card Game and Bookworm - The Dice Game can be used for each other.