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Immerse yourself in the era of scribes and engraved stones. Write words together, collect laurel wreaths and get rid of your cards as soon as possible. Only one will win...It's up to you to make history. The goal of the game is to find a letter to ask to continue the word in progress.

The first player must think of a word that begins with the letter drawn and put the second letter of that word down by choosing from the cards in his hand. The next player must think of a word starting with the two letters on the table and put the third letter on the table, and so on. When a player can no longer play because he has no idea of words or no good cards, he either shuts down or discards a card from his hand to draw 2 new ones. We stop a word when all the players are in bed.

there are then 2 scenarios: the word is finished, i. e. it exists as it is written. the player who placed the last card gets the first player's chip and a Scripta chip. The word is not finished, i.e. it does not exist as it is written, in which case the player who placed the last card must say the word he thought it was; if he does not have any or if there is a spelling mistake, he recovers all the cards put into play on that word.

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Primary titleScripta
Year published2019
Release DateJune 2019
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Product Code608072
EAN Code3665320000016
Weight0.55 lbs
Size4.33 x 4.33 x 1.57 inches
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DesignersHervé BécasseMickaël Nardy
Type of publicFamily