How To Play – Covalence: A Molecule Building Card Game (by John Coveyou)



Covalence is a puzzle style cooperative card game with a highly accurate chemistry theme! All players must work together to accurately build a number of secret organic molecules. Only one player knows the chemical structure of these molecule (the “knower”), but that player may NOT talk. All other players must use a limited number of clues given to them by the Knower, as well as the tiles in front of them, to build these secret molecules. If all players can work together to cooperatively construct all the required molecules before the clues run out, they win!

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  • I am a bit confused how the guess tokens work. If a builder guesses and they are wrong then there is no way to win, for example in a 3 person game there are 6 guess tokens and each builder has 3 molecules to build. One wrong guess and there is no way to get all 6 molecules completed. Clearly we are misunderstanding something. I hope this makes sense. Thx for helping us.

    Chris Woelich July 10, 2020 10:04 am Reply
  • thank you! we didnt understand NOTHING because it was fucking hard to understand we go to a very good school with great education and we are from SWITZERLAND we played the game in class but noone was clever enough… I dont think that a 8 year old little boy or girl understand this:) but thank you anyway we had much fun writing this comment. lg ksbg ST GALLEN

    Jael Bucher July 10, 2020 10:04 am Reply
  • i have got all your games except the new one because it costs too much to post from america. I really like covalence because my mum gives me the clues 🙂

    Wilf Wonders July 10, 2020 10:04 am Reply
  • I'm thankful for this video. Going to try it out tonight. In the instruction booklet, does it say how many Carbons nitrogen and Oxygens to give for easy/med/and hard? I don't see that, but rather in the instructions it just said to put them in separate piles.

    Erin McCoy July 10, 2020 10:04 am Reply

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