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Award-winning Xactika Game
With three ways to play, Xactika is a game for the entire family. Start easy and PLAY TO WIN, try to take the most tricks, high score wins. Increase the challenge and PLAY TO LOSE, try to take the fewest tricks, low score wins. And for the savvy card player PLAY TO BID, where you must be Xactika right by winning exactly the number of tricks you bid!
Fun strategy game
Enjoy having more control over the hand you are dealt! Xactika cards offer more control than you ever thought possible in a bidding game! Use the symbols on the cards strategically to either win the trick or lose the trick. The bidding cards help you to find out the statistics and probabilities of other cards being able to beat your chosen card and suit. In this game, it is not the luck of the deal, but the strategy of how you play that will decide who wins!
• Age: 12 to adult
• Players: 2-10
• Time: 45 minutes
• Contents: 81 cards and instructions
At a Glance
• Perfect after dinner game
• Strategic bidding game
• Adaptable to any playing level
• Unlimited replay value From the Manufacturer Xactika uses the skills you have enjoyed in games like spades and enchre, but gives you a new world of opportunity in taking tricks. Unlike traditional cards each Xactika card has many ways it can be played, so cards that appear to be strong can be weak, and cards that appear to be weak can become strong. 30-45 minutes to play. From the makers of the Set game.
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