Concept

Ligretto

Summary
Ligretto is a card game for two to twelve players. The object of the game is to get rid of all your cards faster than the other players, similar to Uno, by discarding them in the middle of the table. Instead of taking turns, all players play simultaneously. The game in its current form was published in 1988 by the German company Rosengarten Spiele, designed by Michael Michaels. An earlier version of the game was released in the early 1960s. Since 2000, the game has been published by Schmidt-Spiele of Berlin, Germany, while Playroom Entertainment has published the game for North America and other English-speaking countries. The game is similar to Dutch Blitz, which is based on the original Ligretto from the 1960s. Both Ligretto and Dutch Blitz use specially printed cards, but feature gameplay almost identical to Nerts, which is played with standard playing cards, and is in turn based on Canfield, a variant of the classic Klondike Solitaire. Description The game uses a specia
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