PLAY FOR STAKES, TOKENS OR WHATEVER!
Fyzuntu is essentially a social, family game. We thought that playing for stakes or tokens was not for young players but feedback tells us that yes, they love playing for tokens and like to see their stacks build up. There are two ways to play and you just need some counters, coins, whatever.
We have how to play Chipup in five languages. Please see at the bottom of this post if you would like a hard copy of how to play Chipup.
Players can decide how many rounds to play. The total of each player’s score in each round is rounded up to the nearest 10. The winner receives the equivalent tokens from the other players.
In Round 1, for example, in the scoresheet below, Joyce is the highest scorer.
Tanawat pays her 2 tokens, Jimmy 6 tokens & Gemma 4 tokens.
In Round 2, Gemma is the highest scorer.
Tanawat pays her 7 tokens, Jimmy 2 tokens & Joyce 5 tokens.
At the end of the game Jimmy is the winner but Joyce and Gemma have both won more tokens!
Tanawat has 0 tokens, Jimmy has 8 tokens,
Joyce has 21 tokens and Gemma has 14 tokens.Sample Fyz Red Scoresheet v6
The total of each player’s score in each round is rounded up to the nearest 10. The “Pot” receives the equivalent tokens from all the players.
In Round 1 for example, in the following scoresheet,
Tanawat puts into the “Pot” 2 tokens, Jimmy puts in 6 tokens
Joyce puts in 7 tokens and Gemma puts in 4 tokens.
In Round 2
Tanawat puts into the pot 7 tokens, Jimmy puts in 2 tokens
Joyce puts in 5 tokens and Gemma puts in 7 tokens.
At the end of the game
Tanawat has put in 16 tokens, Jimmy has put in 18 tokens
Joyce has put in 18 tokens and Gemma has put in 16 tokens.
Jimmy wins the game and takes all 68 tokens.Sample Fyz Blue Scoresheet v6
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