For Sale Card Game
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- Ages: 8 and up
- Number of Players: 3 to 6
- Playing Time: 20 to 30 minutes
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One man's castle is another man's cardboard box or maybe his RV, tree house, igloo or skyscraper. In this fast-paced game of bidding and bluffing to get the highest-ranking properties, it isn't how much you pay for the properties; it's how much you sell them for. All players try to purchase the most valuable properties for the least amount of money and then "flip" them (turn around and sell those properties) for the highest-valued currency cards. Whoever has earned the most money at the end of the game wins! .
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One man's castle is another man's cardboard box. or maybe his RV, tree house, igloo or skyscraper. In this fast-paced game of bidding and bluffing to get the highest-ranking properties, it isn't how much you pay for the properties; it's how much you sell them for. All players try to purchase the most valuable properties for the least amount of money and them "flip" them (turn around and sell those properties) for the highest-valued Currency Cards. Whoever has earned the most money at the end of the game wins.
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You get to learn a bit about people's playing style and while there is an element of luck to the game, a lot of it is based on your skill and reading how the other players will act.
The gist of the game is in round one, you have piles of cash and you are bidding for properties - in round two, you sell the properties to the bank, and at the end of the game count up how much cash you have.
You want to big carefully so you get the most bang for your buck, and hopefully your competitors overpay.
The cards are well made with fun illustrations.
Games are quick 10-30 minutes each depending on how much you and your friends like to talk while you are playing.
One thing to note is that while it is a card game, due to the small pieces and multiple rounds and keeping track of things, I would be hesitant to take this game out on travel and in your backpack. I prefer to sit around a proper table and play where you can "hide" your cards, your cash, etc more easily.
There's not much to this game at all but it does play in about 15 minutes and presents players with a couple of decisions to make. My plays with this game so far have both been with 3 and I've heard and can see how this would be more interesting with the full complement of 6.
At the start of this game players are given coins which they can use to buy properties which range in value.
Players use coins to bid against each other in order to win the highest value properties.
The bidding occurs in a circular order where you must outbid the previous players bid or take the lowest value property currently on the table.
The bidding has a strategic element in which if you already placed a bid and decide not to up the bid on your next turn you must still give half of your bid (rounded up) to the bank while simultaneously taking the lowest value property.This is all done during round one.
In round two those property cards are sold in an attempt to earn more money than other players. The player with the most money wins.
The game takes about 10-15 minutes to play.
Visually the game is appealing. The cards depict different properties, with higher value cards showing more extravagant properties and vice versa. The box was smaller than anticipated and is about the size of a box of crackers, however this does not take away from the enjoyment of the game.
I was introduced to this game by my gaming group and we play 2-3 rounds of this game almost every time we get together. It's practically our warm up game.