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6 nimmt!: Jubilaumsedition

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  • Age range: 10 and up / Number of players: 2 to 10 / Play time: 45
  • Manufacturer: Amigo
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Peso del producto240 g
Dimensiones del producto12,3 x 9,6 x 2 cm
Edad mínima recomendada (por el fabricante)10 años y más
Idioma principalAlemán published
Número de modelo04910
Número de jugadores 10
Montaje necesarioNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Incluye bateríasNo
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Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde8 de agosto de 2012

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Esta edición del 6 de nimmt! tiene nuevas variantes del autor. .

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Por Marc Zabia en 17 de septiembre de 2012
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Toma 6 es un juego ágil y divertido.

El mismo juego comprado en tienda física cuesta el doble y incluso más.

Es 0% dependiente del idioma, así que no dudéis en comprarlo!
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Por Johnas en 3 de octubre de 2015
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Es la versión alemana, pero a la hora de jugar con este juego no importa.
Muy divertido para pasar un buen rato con los amigos.
Muy recomendado
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Por Marc Puig en 8 de febrero de 2014
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Es un juego de cartas muy entretenido. Muy fácil de jugar y que engancha muchísimo. 100% recomendable. Desde 2 hasta 10 jugadores
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Por Marina Pons en 8 de diciembre de 2014
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Me encanta! es muy entretenido y adictivo :)
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Fun Game available under a different name now 11 de diciembre de 2011
Por Shane McDaniel - Publicado en Amazon.com
This is a fun party game that plays mostly randomly, though you can try to strategize, but is good for some laughs when you see how each round plays out. 6 Nimmt is the original version only available in Europe, however Slide 5 Card Game is pretty much the exact same game rethemed and much much cheaper. There's actually even another themed version which isn't available anymore.
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Card fun for two or more players 12 de marzo de 2015
Por SteshaHeats - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is such a fun game. My husband and I are always looking for games that can be played with two people, and we really liked 6 nimmt! We have played with a bigger group and with just the two of us, and it is a lot of fun either way. You are trying to get rid of all of the cards in your hand by playing them on four different piles on the table. There is some strategy involved, but it depends on luck as well. Warning - the instructions are in German, but we were able to easily find translated instructions on line.
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One of my favorite games. 11 de enero de 2013
Por BlackDjinn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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First time someone broke this out at a party, we played for hours. Fast paced, simple rules, easy scoring and has enough randomness that the kids and adults can play together without the grown-ups running off with it. Still, there is enough strategy and decision making that sophisticated game players find it interesting. Don't let the German box text put you off, you can get English rules online and the cards themselves have only numbers and pictures.
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Fun Large Group Card Game, Tricky, Engaging, Not Too Complicated or Long 11 de enero de 2013
Por Josh H-G - Publicado en Amazon.com
Yes this game is hard to find, and yes it seems expensive to buy a deck of cards for $20.

But this is a really good game for up to 10 people. (You could play with more if you had teams, I guess...) If you spend only 5 hours playing this game with a lot of people, the $20 is justified (consider what it costs to go to the movies with only one or two friends). If you end up liking this game and playing it frequently, $20 is a bargain.

Each person gets 10 cards, all numbered from 1 to 104, and then you play 10 rounds, trying to get your card out on the table without having to pick up any cards yourself. The way that pickups and rows get determined is by sorting cards in numerical value. It all sounds pretty dry, but it's easy to teach and play, and the real joy is that everyone's trying to guess what else will be put out, and play from their hand accordingly. If you pick up cards, they are worth points, and the game ends when someone has 66 points. Lowest score wins. Simple, but devious rules.

One thing that really helps this game in my group, is that everyone thinks about their choice at the same time, then you all reveal at the same time, and then everyone sorts the cards together. You don't have a huge amount of down-time as each player takes a turn.

I've played in smaller groups of 3-4, all the way up to 10, and it's good no matter the group size, but the approach can be quite different since more or less cards will be in play that you have to think about.

I find this game pretty easy to convince people to play regardless of their gaming interest, and across a pretty wide age range. It's a really good family game, but it's also great for some short rounds with your regular gaming group. I don't necessarily crave this game, but I rarely turn it down. I love having it around when lots of people want to play a game together.
Very simple number management card game 9 de enero de 2015
Por Tony - Publicado en Amazon.com
This is an extremely simple card game. The deck is numbered 1-104 and each card is worth a varying number of negative points. Each player's goal is to collect as few cards, and therefore negative points, as possible.

This is done by laying out 5 rows of a maximum of 5 cards. Each player secretly plays a card each turn that needs to go at the end of a row with the least amount of difference between the last card of that row and the played card. If a card is played that is lower than any last card in a row they have to take a row of cards. They also have to take a row if they add the 6th card to that row.

There is a tiny bit of strategy to this. A lot of it is actually guessing which cards your opponents are going to play and how you can play around that to get cards out of your hand without taking them. However, even more so than that, this game is all about complete luck of the draw...or deal as it were. How well you do is based on how good of a hand you are dealt at the start of the game. Dealt a 1? Well, you automatically have to take at least 1 point this game, too bad.

There is an alternate variant where you draft the cards but that sounds even less interesting than the normal rules. I know I like similar games like Love Letter and Cabo but those actually have a lot of charm to them. This is literally a deck of numbers with cow heads on them, nothing to really win me over at all.

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