Comments on Tapas

# 2 Comments. # My first impression is that Tapas looks like an ingenious port of Boggle to piecepack. I wouldn't have said that could be done!

I have three questions:

1. I don't understand the rules as to what makes a valid tapa and what does not. In other words, please explain the "certain pattern" mentioned in the rules.

2. What makes two tapas the same?

3. What do the dice do in games with seven or more people?

-- RonHaleEvans 2020-12-17 18:21 UTC

I am sending you version 0.5 in a minute (HEHEHEHE).

The answers to the questions are as follows:

1. Valid patterns are for example "all elements in the same suit", "all elements have different suits", "all elements belong to suits in warm colours", "all elements belong to suits in cold colours", "all elements have the same value", "all elements have different values", "all elements have values that are even", "all elements have values which are odd", "all elements have values which are prime numbers", etc... these descriptions involve either suits or values - if players could use descriptions using both it would be very easy not to overlap with other tapas.

2. Tapas get cancelled when any player shows that they fit a description given for another tapa.

3. They do exactly the same as in the game for less than six people (give the turn order for the showdown, and then break ties).

-- Ottia 2020-12-18 16:52 UTC

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