Rating: 7.5 Very Good
Popularity:2
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:2003
Players: 3-6 players
Playing time: 20-30 minutes
Age:10+

Created by: Spartaco Albertarelli, Angélique Renier, Tansan & Co., Chiara Vercesi, Angelo Zucca

Published by: Gigamic, HomoLudicus, Kaissa Chess & Games

Alternate Names: コヨーテ Coyote, 土狼在笑你, 코요테

Description:

Coyote is a simple bluffing game in a western setting. Every player gets a card (bound on his forehead by a fabric tape) showing a number of "hidden" Indians or a special value.

You don't know the value of your card, but you can see all the others. The object of the game is to guess how many Indians are shown on the cards, declaring an increasing number every turn. If you are caught over declaring, you lose.

Many special cards make every game turn a surprise, and don't forget you never know the card you are showing on your forehead.

The game has been reprinted by the italian company Oliphante in 2010.

Starting 2011, the french company Gigamic has got international rights and the game has been printed and distributed in a brand new edition.

Prices:
Retail Price:$0
Awards:
Spiel des Jahres Recommended 2004
Japan Boardgame Prize Best Foreign Game for Beginners Nominee 2004
Fairplay À la carte Winner 2004


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