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Link is a simple-to-learn strategy game for 2-6 players. It plays in about 20 minutes. The objective of the game is to place cards of 6 different colors (black, white, red, yellow, green, blue) on an imaginary grid so that they link to 1) a universal link, gaining the ability of the card played; or 2) another card, gaining the ability of the card linked to, and flipping the card to its inverse side. (Each card has two colors. Each card in your color face up at the end of the game scores a point.)

In the basic version of the game: Players will receive an even distribution of cards. In a 6 player game, each player receives 5 cards. In a 5 player game, each player receives 6 cards. In a 4 player game, 7 cards (in this game, the 2 cards in the deck with inactive colors are removed from play). In a 3 player game, each player receives 10 cards. In a 2 player game, each player receives 15 cards.

There are also several variations of play, which may make the game a unique playing experience based on the number of players in the game. The game can also be played as solitaire, with a reduced set of cards (cards that target opponents are removed from play), wherein the objective is to gain 50 or more points, while flipping all cards of a chosen color to their inverse side.  

In addition to the deck, you will need 4 markers in each of the 6 colors.

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