Skull

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No. of Player:3 - 6
Age:10+
Playing Time:15-45 mins
Version: Chinese ( traditional Chinese )

Skull Card is a bragging game that tests the player's wit and courage. Each player can choose a suit to represent himself. Each suit has 4 cards, 3 flowers and 1 skull. Each player is dealt a face-down hole card, and then each player takes turns adding a card—until someone is willing to challenge the flop. He needs to report a number, which means that he thinks that when he turns over this number of cards, he will get roses and no skulls. Other players can quote a higher number in order, and then the person who quotes the highest number must turn over the same number of cards, starting with his own card. If the cards he turns over are all roses and no skulls, he wins the round; if his cards contain skulls, he loses and must discard a card. Whoever wins two rounds will win the game. Roses and Skulls is not a game of pure luck; it is a game of observation and deduction!

Skull is the quintessence of bluffing, a game in which everything is played in the players' heads. Each player plays a face-down card, then each player in turn adds one more card – until someone feels safe enough to state that he can turn a number of cards face up and get only roses. Other players can then overbid him, saying they can turn even more cards face up. The highest bidder must then turn that number of cards face up, starting with his own. If he shows only roses, he wins; if he reveals a skull, he loses, placing one of his cards out of play. Two successful challenges wins the game. Skull & Roses is not a game of luck; it's a game of poker face and meeting eyes.