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  1. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
  2. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of
  3. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of
  4. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of
  5. Redbeard

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of u
  6. Redbeard

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of u
  7. Redbeard

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of u
  8. Kevin Greaves

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  9. Kevin Greaves

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  10. Kevin Greaves

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  11. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combinatio
  12. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combinatio
  13. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combinatio
  14. Anthony Cholag

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Anthony Cholag Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  15. Anthony Cholag

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Anthony Cholag Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  16. Anthony Cholag

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Anthony Cholag Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination
  17. Oscar Gonzalez -713-

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Oscar Gonzalez Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to th
  18. Oscar Gonzalez -713-

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Oscar Gonzalez Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to th
  19. Oscar Gonzalez -713-

    Dealt!

    until
    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Oscar Gonzalez Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to th
  20. Salvius

    Dealt! from AMIGO Games

    From the album: Dealt!

    Dealt! on Tabletopia
  21. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
  22. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
  23. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
  24. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
  25. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

    until
    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within
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