Buffalo Games Nacho Loco Card Game
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- Unique nacho-shaped cards
- Perfect light strategy game
- Simple to learn and hours of fun
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Nacho Loco consists of 94 triangular "cards" that are more appropriately deemed tiles. The high-quality, durable tiles are stiff cardboard printed on one side to look like a tortilla, while the other side splits the triangle into three smaller triangles, each section bordering an edge of the "tortilla."
A single sheet of clear, simple rules covers the gameplay.
Each player is dealt six tiles. Each tile contains three sections: one of three colors, an action, or a black X. A central tile from a drawpile is laid in the center of the table. Players proceed in turn to lay one tile from their hand that will match a played tile along a section edge by color or action. Matching two edges forces the other players to draw a tile. The edges with a black X will "seal off" an edge, so no further matches may be made against an X (with one exception). If a player cannot play a tile on an open playfield, one tile must be drawn (and played, if possible), and play resumes with the next player.
Besides the colors, players may match actions: Go Again, Opponent Draws 3, and Skip Turn. An action does not occur when first laid, only working for another player after laying its match.
The lone Closer tile contains three Xs, and MAY be matched against another X. Playing the Closer ends play on that playfield.Read more ›
This game is like triangular dominos with an element of Uno in that you can match sections that say "Draw 3", "Skip" or "Go Again". The cards are sturdy and this game will not wear out quickly. It is a very good value for this price. I uploaded a picture of my family playing.
While I'm still on the hunt for Loco, I'm so glad I ended up purchasing Nacho Loco instead. It's fun, easy to learn and interesting enough to keep your attention. Considering that it's less than $10 you can't go wrong with this one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is fun! It's like a mix between Dominos and Uno. My young children figured out quickly how to play, and it's a fun game to play as a family. Read morePublished 4 months ago by almj
Dominos meets Uno. Fun, simple game to play with people of varying different abilities. Aesthetically pleasing game pieces that are fun to play with. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ms in Tulsa
Love this game! We play this most nights after dinner with our kids (teenagers). It's like a cross between dominos and Uno.Published 8 months ago by tiffany molloy
Honest to god, fun. This is a great game. The only gripe I had happens to be with the quality of my game when I recieved it. It looked like it had a year of use already. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mitchel Duran
This is a GREAT game! It's a perfect game for adults to play OR children and adults. My 9 year old nephew loved it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Beth McLenaghan
I like this game and would like to know if it is still available. Other people I know would like to buy one.Published 22 months ago by Joyce Maxwell
We love this game - kids and adults can play together and it is still fun. We even combine multiple decks when we have multiple people playing. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Becca
I work with 1st-5th graders & use this game when meeting with them. Nacho loco is an okay game. It reminds me of Uno & Dominos in one game. Read morePublished on November 15, 2013 by CSCAGS