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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Hanabi Card Game
In this challenging cooperative card game, players work together to launch a spectacular firework display. Trouble is, it's dark out, so you can't really see what you are working with. Each player holds their cards so that only the other players can see them. They must give each other vital information and remember all the information received. Then use the information to choose which cards to play. Helping each other play the right cards at the right time is the key to creating an unforgettable show and avoid being booed by the audience.
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I've been steadily collecting all of the games that Antoine Bauza has designed, and Hanabi is yet another gem in his already laden crown! Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sunny
I really enjoy this game. The strategy of sharing information is a really interesting challenge, and I really enjoy how portable it is.Published 3 days ago by Mel White
This game is fun. It is a unique twist on a card game. It is hard to find good coop games. It can get stale after a couple games though.Published 6 days ago by JWK1980
I can't really rate it. I have not played it yet. My son told me to get it for when he comes to visit, but he loves it!Published 8 days ago by Deanna Getzinger
Such an awesome game. It is cooperative, so you are working together to build a firework show. I have played this with two people and with four people, just as much fun with any... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Meagan Brejcha
Surprising how much I've enjoyed this game. This is a surprisingly stressful collab game. You and all the other players are trying to lay down all the cards 1-5 in five different... Read morePublished 17 days ago by A. Andrew Joyce
Interesting cooperative game for 2+ players. The gimmick is that you are not allowed to see your own cards, but the other players can. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Chrowl