How the Tables Have Turned is an entire card-spinning, hand-gesturing game — all on a single card — for 3–8 players, taking about 10 minutes.
The player with the most points after 10 rounds wins.
Spin the card on the table to start the game, adjusting it so that the ↓ nearest each player points to them.
The caller starts off the round with a “3, 2, 1, go!” at which point all players place their hand in a gesture in front of themselves, indicating their play for the round.
Movement gestures are free, but action gestures cost 1 of your pennies:
Resolve all movement gestures, then score the round. Those playing a movement score the points facing them. Those playing an action each pay 1 of their pennies, then score as their gestures indicate.
That was 1 of the game’s 10 rounds. Rotate the caller role, and leave the card at its current rotation to start the next round. Most points after 10 rounds wins!
This game was created for The Game Crafter’s Single Card Challenge contest. If you buy it, you really do get just 1 card. The game’s on the front, the rules are on the back. Or vice versa.
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|Publish Date||January 09, 2023|
|More Info||How the Tables Have Turned web site|