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Sachiko

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Welcome to Sachiko! Your goal is to clear as many of the numbered tiles as you can and score as many points as possible.

You clear numbered tiles by rolling the dice. The die roll will give you 3 numbers to choose from. The number of the first die, the number of the second die, or the number of both the first and second die combined. The game will automatically hi-light the tiles that you can choose from on each roll of the dice. To clear a tile simply click on the hi-lighted tile to remove it from play. Remember you can only choose one number from each die roll.

There are 20 numbered tiles. Two rows numbered from 1 to 10 each. You have 20 die rolls to clear all of the tiles. You get bonus die rolls each time you roll doubles or if you uncover a cherry blossom. You also earn money for clearing a tile. You can earn from 1 to 500 yen each time you clear a tile. If you have used all of your regular and bonus die rolls and still have not cleared all 20 tiles you can purchase extra die rolls with the yen you have earned to attempt to clear the remaining tiles. Remember the more yen you have at the end of the game the higher your score will be.

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Not bad

Mostly based on luck. Random scoring really sucks.

NSPGames responds:

You are right doogie88, the die rolls are completely random. But that is how the actual Japanese game is played. And in the actual board game you only get one row of numbers to eliminate which is much harder. Thanks for the review!

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