Sbrubbles

Sbrubbles game rules. Components game board (3 sides) 34 tiles 24 player mats (tiles can be customized) 1 die (1 in 1/2/3/4 player colors) 1 queen p*** (1 double sided) 1 scoring marker 1 $5,000,000,000 Formula marker (or other marker) 7 player tokens 4 Swiss Banknotes 7, 9 or 10 hourglass tokens 1 die 1 plaque Rulebook Object of the Game The object of the game is to accumulate the most Swiss francs at the end of the game (scoring marker side up). Setup .tokenlabel { background-color: #5d9c47;} Place the game board and all tiles on the table. The player who last traveled to the Alps will be the starting player. This player takes the Kaelovel Banknote and shuffles the remaining coins together to form the bank. Players then choose a color and take the 8 player mats that match their color. Place one of these mats in front of each player. Note: Lay out the remaining player mats as a face down draw pile in the middle of the playing area. Players choose a starting player based on their Initiative. The storied players begin the game with Initiative 2. Game Play The game is played over several rounds. At the start of each round, the starting player randomly selects one tile from the available spaces on the board and places it face up on an empty square in the center of the play area. Each square contains an amount of gold equal to the number indicated on the tile. These tiles can be used during this round. If you cannot choose a tile in the order of your choosing, continue choosing until you get one. You may not place a tile if you are required to due to your player count or because the board already contains a tile. If you are already in a square where you cannot place a tile, then you cannot be chosen to take part in this action. If, however, you have no more tiles left that match an available square in the center of the play area then you are not eligible to take part in this action. End of the Round After all tiles have been placed, the player to the left of the starting player canteens up the remaining tiles, then the game continues. The player who chose the last available tile then proceeds to move the hourglass token along the hourglass track and the scoring marker one space on the scoring track. Scoring The round ends as soon as all 8 tiles have been placed in the center of the play area. Then the player with Initiative 2 (the player to the left of the starting player) begins a new round. Then, the player with Initiative 3 (the player to the right of the starting player) continues taking turns in clockwise order until the end of the game. End of the Game The game ends after one round in which the player who has the most gold at the end of the game has 8 or more gold at the end of the game. If there is a tie, then the player who scored the most gold wins the game. If there is still a tie, then the player with the most coins wins. If there is still a tie, then the player with the most currency wins. If there is still a tie, then the player who has the mos...

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