This was an on-again, off-again campaign that never gained traction. By making this game extremely affordable, enough Backers should be able to give this game a try -- and once tried, another campaign will be offered that will offer future Backers a manufactured deck of tiles housed on a labeled tuck box.
As a comparison, the photo below shows the size difference (also, the watermark found on the PnP faces of the tiles will be removed and have identifying labeling on the other side each manufactured tile).
This tile placement game involves from two-to-four players, who discard as many of their seven-dealt cards as possible before either one player runs out or no further play is possible. In the latter case, players count the point values of their held cards and the lowest score wins. As the video demonstrates, their are a near-infinite combination of line trailings possible as each player tries to either run out of cards or force an early end to play (hoping their card value count is the lowest). The line trail is bounded only by the edge of the playing surface -- be it card table, floor, deck, or whatever. You set the possibilities!
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