The Ripple Rush Game master page. A complete guide. Review, how to play, editorial, useful links, similar games, FAQ, interesting facts and so much more. Ripple Rush is a breezy roll-n-write that utilizes a combination of shapes and numbers in an interesting way.
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RIPPLE RUSH GAME INFO
|1 – 5 Players
|10 – 15 Minutes
RIPPLE RUSH PHOTO GALLERY
RIPPLE RUSH OVERVIEW
Ripple Rush is a flip-and-write game. You draw a card with a number and a color on it. You then write the number in the column of the same color on your sheet. If you draw a number that you cannot place, each other player can write the number on their sheet. When you complete a row, you get to place a bonus number. At the end, you score points for each color equal to the longest length of filled in boxes.
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RIPPLE RUSH REVIEW
4.6 out of 10
Ripple Rush is a fun game, there are just better ones out there for all the situations you would find yourself in when playing it. All the scores here are basically middle of the board because everything was just fine. It is like streaming something for free or paying to go see it in the theatre. If I streamed this game for free, I would be happy with the two hours of entertainment, but if I paid to see it in the theatre, I might regret that decision. That does not mean don’t buy it, just make sure it is really something you want to try. If you love roll-n-write (this is technically a flip-n-write we know), like simple & breezy and lean towards non-complex math mechanics, this is for you.
RIPPLE RUSH HOW TO PLAY
You have your own player sheet, which shows four columns of symbols (square, circle, triangle, hexagon), with eight symbols in each column. On a turn, each player draws a card from the deck, then (if possible) you write the number on that card in the column matching the depicted symbol. Big chains mean big points.
RIPPLE RUSH SIMILAR GAMES
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RIPPLE RUSH INTERESTING FACTS
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RIPPLE RUSH USEFUL LINKS
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RIPPLE RUSH FAQ
Who goes first in Ripple Rush?
No one, everything happens simultaneously.
Do numbers need to go in the exact order in Ripple Rush?
No, you can skip numbers. For example, you could put a 19 next to a 17 that is after 16, skipping the 18. The only thing that matters is that they are in chronological order.
Can I play Ripple Rush Solo?
You can, there are solo rules where you are trying to beat your score each time.
Do the Ripple Rush scoring bonuses trigger immediately?
Yes, the moment you fill up a row, use the scoring bonus it gives you before doing anything else. If that extra space triggers another row being filled, then immediately do that action and so on.
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