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HANAAWASE JAPON


HANAAWASE JAPON
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Description

Japanese Culture Day Campaign!
Please enjoy the Japanese traditional game "HANAAWASE JAPON".
$3.99→$2.99

This game is English version of 「花札 花合わせ JAPON」.The language is only for English.

HANAFUDA is cards of Japan that continues since Edo period.

Rules
Play starts with the dealer who gets the “Pine” card from the fist three cards.
7 cards to each player and 6 cards to the field.

The player takes a card that was dealt to him and matches suit (same month) with a card that is on the table. If there is a matching suit on the playing field, the player takes the cards. If there isn't a matching card, the player discards a card to the center of the table. Then the top stock card is turned face up, and added to the playing field.

Play ends when either the stock is exhausted or either player's hand is empty. The player with the highest score is the winner.
A high score can be obtained by arranging cards to make “Yaku”.
At the end of the 12th round, the score is accounted.

When the final score of a player is more than a certain point, the score is recorded on ranking and it can be viewed.

The decision of victory or defeat is made in the following way.

“FUKE”
If any one player gets 20 points or less, it becomes "FUKE", and means a tie.

“Yaku”
Each player adds the value of all cards he has taken. When a "Yaku" is in a picking card, predetermined points are received from other two players.

"AMESHIMANAGASHI "means four willows sheets are gathered.
However, all "Yaku" is invalid for "AMESHIMANAGASHI ", and point of “Yaku” is not accounted.

The final score is account point of cards and “Yaku” total, and a datum point (88 points) is subtracted.
The player who earned the top rating becomes dealer for the next round. At the end of the 12th round, the player with the highest score is the winner.

What's New in Version 1.2

・Improve the stability

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