Taggle is a replica generator that will make you and your friends kings of the repartee. To play, all you need is for one person to read a "reflection" card (the casseroles)... and for another to reply with a "reply" card (the axes)! Thanks to the 100 reflections and 200 replicas of the game, make up to 20,000 combinations! You can try to make some of them from the pictures above! Following the main rule of the game, you will have fun saying "Taggle" to the player guilty of sending the least funny replica. You'll see, it's very liberating to say "Taggle"! A Taggle counter will even help you keep track of the scores during the game.
The game comes in a box with a divider that allows you to place reflections and lines on either side. This little trick makes it easy to draw cards and makes the game even more user-friendly: you can put it at the table, take it with you on a picnic, in the car, play it as an aperitif... The manufacture of this pretty 9x9x9 cm paved box took place in Italy, the cards come from Belgium and the whole is of course of high ecological quality: water varnish, FSC cardboard, biodegradable cello, natural wooden dice... So you can say "Taggle" and still be polite to nature, damn it!
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|Release Date||October 2018|
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|Size||5.04 x 6.14 x 1.97 inches|
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|Designers||Yves HirschfeldFabien Bleuze|
|Artists||Mathieu ClaussThiébault Courot|
|Publishers||Le Droit De Perdre|
|Type of public||Amateur|