Datensatz vom 19.07.2016
Toire o Yogoshita nowa Dareda? (Who Soiled the Toilet?)
Anzahl der Spieler:
5 bis 8 Spieler
Frei ab 13 Jahre
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Who Soiled the Toilet? is a deduction game with hidden identities. The game box is 15cm round, not square. The game is published in Japanese with rules available in English, German and French.
At beginning of the game, each player is dealt one secret identity card, which is either a clean keeper or a soiler. They play five rounds. The soilers win the game if the toilet is soiled three times out of these five rounds. Otherwise the clean keepers win.
A round is either a regular round or an action round. In a regular round, a leader sends a certain number of players to the toilet in order. The toilet is initially clean (clean side of the toilet card is up), but when a soiler enters the toilet, that player may soil the toilet, secretly flipping the toilet card to dirty-side-up. After all designated players are done, The toilet card is revealed to all players. Soilers win the round if the toilet is dirty. Players should discuss and deduce who are the soilers.
In an action round, place the toilet bowl (the game box) on the table, and players take turns trying to throw a poo chip into the toilet bowl from two-card length away. The clean keepers win the round if a certain number of poo chips are in the toilet bowl. Otherwise the soilers win that round. Players should discuss who missed the throw intentionally.
It is recommended the toilet card be placed on an actual toilet because it adds more reality and laughter to players' conversation. To do so, keep the toilet clean, of course!Dies ist ein Spiel-Datensatz. Bislang wurde noch kein ausführlicher Spieltest hinterlegt.