Flipcard: Postcard Challenge is a unique game that can be played thanks to a Flipcard. A Flipcard is a beautifully illustrated postcard that can be used both as a game and as a gift card. On one side of the Flipcard there will be the illustration and a grid that allow players to enjoy the game, while on the other side of the Flipcard you’ll find the rules and some space for your wishes!
How to Play?
THROW THE CARD ON THE TABLE
Toss the Flipcard on the table and make it rotate as much as you want as it hovers over the table. Remember to keep the illustration facing upwards! When the Flipcard is on the table and has stopped moving, you’re ready to play!
DOWN BID YOUR OPPONENTS
Starting with the player who tossed the Flipcard, choose a number. That is the number of flips the Flipcard will have to do on any one of its sides in order to reach the edge of the table. The next player will either have to choose to go for a smaller number of flips or pass.
SHOW YOUR MOVES
When all the players but one has passed, the winning bidder has to flip the Flipcard as many times or less as the number they bid to show everyone they were right (or not!). Remember to reach the edge of the table!
CUT THE POSTCARD TO GET YOUR POINTS
If the bid is correct, the player cuts along the dotted line, being careful to always cut the area that contains the lowest amount of Victory Points available. If the bid is incorrect, the player still cuts the area, but they will crumple the piece of paper cut this way, keeping it in front of them. You have two crumpled pieces? You’re out of the game!
SO SIMPLE? YES!
You’ve just finished your first turn! Wasn’t that easy? Now pass the Flipcard to the player who won last round or just randomly decide who’s going to toss the Flipcard on the table for the next round! Have you noticed that now the Flipcard has a new shape?
REPEAT UNTIL YOU HAVE A WINNER
Keep playing until all the pieces have been cut from the Flipcard or as long all the players but one have been eliminated. If there are more than one non-eliminated players, those players have to sum up the Victory Points of their non-crumpled pieces. The player with the highest amount of those Victory Points is the winner!
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