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Jaipur – The Rules

In this card game, two players are merchants fighting in the marketplace of Jaipur to become the Maharaja's personal trader. A great deal of savviness and trading skills are required to get the job since only the richest of the two may have the honor of serving in the palace.

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A Spiel des Jahres Recommended game, Jaipur is one of the most most well-loved 2-player tabletop games. Jaipur is a fast-paced card game for two players with a blend of tactics, risk and luck. You are one of the most powerful traders in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. You and your opponent duel to demonstrate to the Maharajah that you can earn a greater profit than your competition. At the end of a round, one player receives the Maharajah's seal of excellence, and the first player to earn two seals of excellence wins the privilege of being invited to the Maharajah’s court!

Each turn, you can choose to take one card, exchange your cards for other goods, buy the camels needed to transport your wares, or sell at the market. The sooner you sell and the more you sell of a single good at once, the higher your profit.

If you take cards, you have to choose between taking all the camels, taking 1 card from the market or swapping 2 to 5 cards between the market and your cards. If you sell cards, you get to sell only one type of good per turn, and you get as many chips from that good as you sold cards. The chips’ values decrease as the game progresses, but you get increasingly high rewards for selling sets of 3, 4, or 5 cards of the same good at a time, so it’s all about waiting just the right amount of time to make your trade.

You can’t sell camels, but they are integral to trading and they’re also worth a little something at the end of the round, sometimes enough to secure the win so use them smartly!

In this digital adaptation of the award-winning card game, find a comprehensive interactive tutorial and an extensive campaign mode. Solo play is available at three levels of difficulty. Play online 2 player cross-platform or locally in pass & play mode. Track your achievements within the app and use your Asmodee Digital account to sign on. Enjoy beautiful illustrations by Vincent Dutrait.

Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.

Jaipur includes:
• A faithful adaptation of Sebastien Pauchon's original Jaipur game
• Online cross-platform 2 player mode
• Local pass & play mode
• Solo play against 3 difficulty levels of AI
• An extensive campaign mode
• All new artwork by Vincent Dutrait
• Detailed, interactive, turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial.
• Achievement tracking
• No in-app purchases or ads
• Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.

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Jaipur Gameplay Runthrough

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3:00 You aren't obliged to sell every piece you have of the same type... there's no reason not to do it but it's not an obligation...
However when you are selling one of the 3 better Goods (Silver, Gold and Rubies) you have to sell at least 2 (using 2 cards) you can never sell just 1 silver, 1 gold or 1 ruby, it has to be at least 2.
Even if there's only 1 token left to collect you have to discard 2 cards to pick that token up

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Jaipur Playthrough

In this video, Eric, from the Dice Matrix and I play Jaipur, a great little game of commerce, strategy and luck.

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"WOULD YOU LIKE TO BUY A CAMEL?!?" Jaipur IOS / Android gameplay

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Welcome to my Hermit Goes Mobile gameplay of Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels! This walkthrough contains 1080p HD iOS gameplay footage, but the game is also available on Android devices!

About Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels:

A Spiel des Jahres Recommended game, Jaipur is one of the most most well-loved 2-player tabletop games. Jaipur is a fast-paced card game for two players with a blend of tactics, risk and luck. You are one of the most powerful traders in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan. You and your opponent duel to demonstrate to the Maharajah that you can earn a greater profit than your competition. At the end of a round, one player receives the Maharajah's seal of excellence, and the first player to earn two seals of excellence wins the privilege of being invited to the Maharajah’s court!

Each turn, you can choose to take one card, exchange your cards for other goods, buy the camels needed to transport your wares, or sell at the market. The sooner you sell and the more you sell of a single good at once, the higher your profit.

If you take cards, you have to choose between taking all the camels, taking 1 card from the market or swapping 2 to 5 cards between the market and your cards. If you sell cards, you get to sell only one type of good per turn, and you get as many chips from that good as you sold cards. The chips’ values decrease as the game progresses, but you get increasingly high rewards for selling sets of 3, 4, or 5 cards of the same good at a time, so it’s all about waiting just the right amount of time to make your trade.

You can’t sell camels, but they are integral to trading and they’re also worth a little something at the end of the round, sometimes enough to secure the win so use them smartly!

In this digital adaptation of the award-winning card game, find a comprehensive interactive tutorial and an extensive campaign mode. Solo play is available at three levels of difficulty. Play online 2 player cross-platform or locally in pass & play mode. Track your achievements within the app and use your Asmodee Digital account to sign on. Enjoy beautiful illustrations by Vincent Dutrait.

Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.

Jaipur includes:
• A faithful adaptation of Sebastien Pauchon's original Jaipur game
• Online cross-platform 2 player mode
• Local pass & play mode
• Solo play against 3 difficulty levels of AI
• An extensive campaign mode
• All new artwork by Vincent Dutrait
• Detailed, interactive, turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial.
• Achievement tracking
• No in-app purchases or ads
• Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.


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And Then We Held Hands Board Game Review & Runthrough

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Specifications
…And Then We Held Hands
Designers: David Chircop, Yannick Massa
Publisher: LudiCreations
2 Players only
30min
Cooperative Abstract Game

And Then We Held Hands is a fully cooperative abstract game where players try to restore what is broken in their relationship by trying to become in sync with their partner’s thoughts and emotions.

Gameplay
The objective of the game is essentially for players to move their player beads from coloured circle to coloured circle completing objectives from the objective card deck as they go.

To move their bead from coloured node to coloured node, players need to discard a card from their emotions row.

The colours represent different positive and negative emotions that players have in their life. As they move, their emotional stability becomes unbalanced. It is important for players to try and keep their emotional state at 0.

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Jaipur Playthrough

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