In Nine Tiles Panic, each player has a set of nine double-sided city tiles. At the beginning of a round, three scorecards are revealed, like most aliens on a single road, most visible dogs or the longest road. All players then race to assemble their city according to the pattern that seems best, trying to score points for one, two or three of the score cards as they wish.
As soon as the first player decides they are finished, they turn the hourglass over and everyone has 90 seconds to finish their city, then the players determine who scores for which cards, with the ties being broken in favour of who finished first. Players score points based on the number of players in the game, and players track their score over several rounds.
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|Primary title||Nine Tiles Panic|
|Release Date||April 2020|
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|Languages||German, English, French|
|Size||2.60 x 4.29 x 1.50 inches|
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|Designers||Jean-Claude PellinJens Merkl|
|Type of public||Family|