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  • White Goblin Games Gubs


Barcode number: 8718026300524
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Number of players: 2-6 players

Age: 8+ years

Average playing time: 20 minutes

Language: Dutch

Take a look under the dewy leaves and witness the secret struggle of the GUBS. Play this clever card game where you try to build the most powerful GUB colony. Use the wisdom of Great Gub or let yourself be protected by a Toad Rider while defending against countless traps, temptations, and other unexpected events. The path to victory is different every time, and you're only safe when the last card is played!

Make sure you have the most Gubs (protected and/or free) in front of you at the end of the game. Draw a card (or don't, but you can't skip turns twice in a row). Then play as many cards as you want from your hand (which can also be zero). An drawn event card must be played immediately. Read the text on the cards to see what they do. In the overview, you'll find a detailed explanation of the cards. If you have more than 8 cards after your turn, discard cards until you have 8. The game ends when the third letter card is drawn.

GUBS is a cheerful card game for young and old. The game features many different cards with various functions: protect your Gubs, hinder other players, or lure Gubs to your side. The cards have simple and short texts, allowing everyone to play immediately. It has a dynamic gameplay with a lot of interaction between players. Children can play independently or with their parents. It requires little playing space, making it ideal for the train or on vacation!

The game is suitable for 2-6 players aged 8 and above. The average playing time is 20 minutes.

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