Review – Digit

Posted on by Jesta

A hand management, pattern building game.

Title: Digit

Year Published: 1987

Designer: Gerhard E. Kodys

Publisher: Piatnik

Players: 2-4

Game Time: ~20 mins

Set-up Time: 1 minute

Ages: 8+

Theme: None!

Mechanisms: Hand Management, Pattern Building

How to win: Empty your hand first.

Game Description

The “Tricky Sticky Card Game”…..Stix is played with cards and sticks – both included with the game. Depending on the version being played, the winner is the player who puts down either all his cards or more cards than his opponents.

Set Up, Game Play & Game End

Round Up

Not much to say about this one! Move a stick and (hopefully) discard a card… that’s it!

There is a little bit of luck if the pattern evolves around to your turn so it’s worked perfectly that you can make a good play.

But, there is also a bit of memory. If you can’t discard you’ll want to make sure someone can, or no one can depending on which you feel is best. This means you’ll need to remember which cards have been discarded already and either repeat one of those cards or not.

So, a good balance of luck vs tactics and although it can burn the brain a little, it’s simple enough that you can just sit, play and chat.

Rating

A very enjoyable and relaxing game,

I give it 8/10

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