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Hanabi (the Japanese word for firework) is a cooperative card game that was designed by Antoine Bauza and published in 2010. The game is unique in that players do not hold their cards facing towards them, but rather facing outwards towards the other players. The game is played with a deck of cards numbered 1 to 5 in five different colors, with players working together to create sets of cards in each color.

Board game night! Game called Hanabi - meant to be a children's game! Ha! #brainhurts #morewinepleae!

In Hanabi, players take turns giving each other clues about the cards they are holding, with the goal of creating sets of cards in each color from 1 to 5. Clues can be given about the color or number of a card, but not both. Players must work together to figure out the best way to use their limited clues to build the sets of cards.

The game is won if the players are able to create a complete set of each color before they run out of clues or make too many mistakes. The game is lost if the players run out of time, make too many mistakes, or run out of cards.

Hanabi is a challenging and fun game that requires cooperation and strategy to win. It has won numerous awards, including the Spiel des Jahres in 2013, and is considered a modern classic in the world of board games.

This one-of-a-kind board game is available on Amazon here, and next day delivery is available! This game is an absolute must-have for any fireworks enthusiast.

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