Design Divine Pyramids In K’uh Nah From WizKids

November 9, 2018 by cassn

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K’uh Nah means divine house in Mayan, and in this quick, push-your-luck game from WizKids, players must try to make the most beautiful, well-shaped pyramid possible, and make their 'house' the most divine!

On their turn, players select a card from two choices. Each card represents a block for their pyramid and shows a number and two Mayan symbols. Players may only place blocks on top of each other which are lighter than the previous block, or which match symbols with the block below.

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If no block is suitable, the builder may pass their turn by placing a piece of jade on one of the cards. If they run out of jade, then a card must be selected and placed on the pyramid. The winner is the player who builds the best pyramid!

K’uh Nah will be released in March 2019 and is currently available for pre-order through PhD Games.

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"The winner is the player who builds the best pyramid!"

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