Gamewright Got Us Feeling Fruity In Guju Guju

February 17, 2019 by cassn

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Guju Guju is a sweet card-placement speed game for 2-5 players which will drive you bananas! The deck is made up for circular cards in four 'fruit' suits (apple, pear, lemon, and strawberry). A number of these fruit cards are placed face-up in the center of the table, and then the rest are divided between the players face-down.


On their turn, a player calls out the name of a fruit they want to match and turns a card, placing it on top of one of the cards in the middle of the table. If there is no match, the turn moves onto the next player. However, if there is a match, all players simultaneously place cards to cover all visible cards of that fruit.


For example, if a player said lemon and then turned a lemon card, all players would now place their cards as fast as possible to cover all the face-up lemon cards on the table with a different suit. The first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner!


Guju Guju was designed by Ariel Yi Chi Chang back in 2015, however, Gamewright have decided to publish the pattern recognition game as part of their 2019 release schedule. You can get your 5-a-day with Guju Guju here.

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