Go Nuts For Donuts
Designer: Zachary Eagle
Number of players: 2 - 6 players
Publisher suggests: 8 and above
Users suggest: 6 and above
Playing time: 20 minutes
Go Nuts for Donuts is a fast-paced card game for the whole family with just a sprinkle of strategy. Outsmart your opponents and collect donuts hot out of the oven for points. But beware, if two players go after the same donut, then no one gets it!
In Go Nuts for Donuts, players lay out donuts from the deck equal to the amount of players plus one. Each player has a number card for each donut that is out. Players all pick a donut they want by placing one of their number cards face down on the table. Players simultaneously reveal their number. If two or more players have matching numbers, that donut is discarded and no one gets it. If you're the only player that bid for the donut, than you take it and place it face up in front of you. Collect sets, unique and powerful donuts, and pairs of donuts to maximize points.
The Pastry-Picking Card Game
Time to take the donuts! A tray of tempting treats awaits your bid in this freshly baked card game. Will you go for a stellar cruller or grab a glorious glazed? A double chocolate is sure to score, but in the long run Boston cream may be worth more! Choose carefully - if two or more players go for the same donut, nobody gets it! End with the highest score and victory will taste sweet!
Strategy…Choices…Tension… Three essential ingredients to any great game. All of them play a vital role in this easy-to-learn and instantly engaging card game from first-time inventor Zachary Eagle. Together with the team at Daily Magic Games, Zachary created a unique twist on set collection card games. In addition to the whimsical variety of donuts inside, part of what makes Go Nuts for Donuts! stand apart from the crowd is the secret bidding. This adds a delicious layer of tension that will surely tempt you to come back for another round!
- 70 donuts cards
- 42 player cards
- 7 donut row markers
- Rules of Play
- visual discrimination
- strategic thinking