Sunday, January 5, 2014

How to Play (brief)

In NumZumZero, players are dealt cards from two suits, orange and blue. Each card has a face value. The play area consists of three columns and players take turns playing one of their cards in one of the columns. When the total face value of blue cards matches the value of orange cards in the same column, the player who played the last card collects all cards from the column and earns points.

Players also have the option to play a few trick moves. Advanced and Expert game play variations add more strategy and depth to the game, e.g. by assigning bonus points to cards and adding more tricks.
Game play example
A column holds an orange 5 and a blue 3. Player One adds a orange 6. The total value of all blue cards (3) does not match the total value of all orange cards (9). Player One does not earn any points. Next turn, player Two adds a blue 3 to a column containing an orange 1 and 2. The total value of all blue cards (3) is now equal to the total value of  all orange cards (3), so Player Two collects the cards and earns a point. The player with most points at the end of the game wins. 

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