In these stressful and trying times, as the lives of children and their families are halted due to the recent acts of terrorism in Israel, we want to help!
Here at Hakubia Games, it is our ongoing mission to spread fun and joy to families throughout the country – through board games!
We are offering you a chance to join us and the One Israel Fund in a 1+1 donation campaign in which we will be giving out board games to families in need.
For every game you donate, Hakubia Games will match that donation. If, for example, you donate 1 Catan and 1 Anomia, we will match that donation, so in essence it would be 2 Catan and 2 Anomia.
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Ligretto 1+1


Ligretto 1+1

In Ligretto, each player has their own deck of forty cards, with cards 1-10 in four colors and a unique symbol on the back to identify which cards are theirs. At the start of each round, each player lays out 3-5 cards (depending on the number of players) face up in front of them to create their row; places a face-up stack of ten cards, seeing only the top card, next to their row to create their Ligretto stack; and holds the remaining cards in hand face down.

Playing at the same time, each player tries to empty their Ligretto stack. If a player has a 1 card on top of any face-up stack, they play it to the center of the table. If they have a 2 card of the same color as any 1 in the center of the table, they can place the 2 card on the 1. All cards in the central piles must be played in ascending order and must be the same color.

If a player can’t play anything, they can reveal cards from the stack in their hand, counting them out in groups of three, then laying them face up while revealing only the top card. They can play this top card onto a central pile as long as the rules for doing so are met.

As soon as a player empties their Ligretto stack, the round ends. Each player scores 1 point for each of their cards among the central piles, then loses 2 points for each card remaining in their Ligretto stack. In some versions of the game, the player with the highest score wins; in other versions, players then sort all the cards and play another round, with the first player to reach 99 points winning.