12 Days – How To Play

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In this episode we’re going to learn how to play 12 Days.

00:00 – Introduction
00:39 – The Setup
01:05 – Game Play Overview
01:30 – The Game Round
02:12 – Ties For Gifts Played
02:49 – The Claus Cards
03:27 – Ending The Game
03:43 – Scoring
04:57 – Determining The Winner
05:05 – Conclusion

12 Days can be enjoyed by 6 or more players using two decks of Day and Gift cards.

First, remove the Santa and Mrs. Claus cards from one of the Gift decks and return them to the box. Next, shuffle together both Gift decks.

Place the two Day decks side-by-side on the table so that the same valued Day appears on both (for instance, at the start of the game, both “1” cards are showing). Each round, the two Day cards of the same value will be awarded.

The game plays the same as in the 3-5 player version, with the following rule changes:

The players with the two lowest-value Gift cards win the two current Day cards for the round. In the case of a two-way tie, the tied players each receive one of the Day cards. In the case of a tie with three or more players, the tied value is skipped and the next two lowest-valued Gift cards win the Day cards. If there is a further tie of three or more, skip to the next two lowest-valued Gift cards.
Example: If three players each played cards with a value of ‘4’, all of these cards would be skipped. The next lowest-played cards were ‘5’ and ‘8’ and those players win the Day cards

In the case of a two-way tie with the Santa and Mrs. Claus cards, the tied players each receive the Day cards, but must gift them to a non-Santa or Mrs. Claus player.

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  • Just received this game at the office gift exchange. Thanks To Rodney for making learning the game sooo easy. Ho ho ho 🎅 🎄

    Baker Mitchell July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • I like that players have to play their cards at the same time 🙂

    Rafa Gonzalez July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • I'd buy this game just for the beautiful cards

    Clean Living July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • What is the gameplay purpose of Mr and Mrs Claus. You win but give away the points. As it's not a trick taking game, you don't gain the advantage of leading the next trick so I don't see why someone would want to use the cards to begin with.

    venrondua July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • We own an older version of this game and have enjoyed it the last two years during the holiday season. It's simple enough that even my eight year, seven when he first started playing it, can understand it.

    MrShooter72 July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • How many times have you played this game? The cards are already starting to look worn.

    Carlordau July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • this game looks like a lot of fun!

    MegaXZeroForever July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply
  • Great review!
    Question on the ties. Say on the 9th round, all the gift cards cancel out, and the 9th holiday card is put aside. If someone wins on the 10th round, do they win…
    ~ just the 9th holiday card (ergo making the 11th round playing for just the 10th gift), or
    ~ just the 10th holiday card (skipping the 9th gift), or
    ~ BOTH the 9th and 10th holiday card?
    Or is the 9th round "replayed" for the 9th holiday card?

    Aba Dab Oblongata July 13, 2020 1:09 am Reply

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