Is Super Mega Lucky Box fun to play?
Players: 1 – 6 players | Game Duration 20 – 20 mins | Min. Age 8+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: No | Online Version: No
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What is Super Mega Lucky Box about?
In Super Mega Lucky Box, you’ll score as many points as possible by crossing off the nine numbers printed in a 3×3 grid on the cards in front of you.
In each round, you shuffle 18 cards (numbered 1-9 twice) and reveal nine of them. Each number revealed is crossed off on one of your cards, and you choose three out of five cards at the start of the game. You receive a bonus every time you complete a row or column:
Spend three lightning bolts, for example, and you can change a 7 into either a 4 or 1 (because the numbers “wrap”).
- A moon, in which the player with the most moons scores 6 points at the end of the game, while the player with the fewest loses 6 points
- A star, with a point value of 1, 4, or 9 for collecting 1, 2, or 3 stars in one round
- A number that you instantly cross off on your card; if you complete another row or column, you will also score that bonus!
- A question mark, which you can cross off any number.
In each round, you score points for cards you completely mark off, with points diminishing every round from 15 in round one to 8 in round four. Players then draw three new cards and keep one.
After four rounds, you score 1 point for each X on unfinished cards, then tally points from completed cards, stars, and moons to determine who wins
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