In Hasp, the children of the village Zura take part in a yearly tradition which tests their knowledge of Tzerzurian culture and heritage. The children are tasked with finding different types of objects that are important to the village.
Hasp is a trick taking game that is played in teams of 2 vs 2 (it can also be played with 3 or 2 players in which case there are no teams). After players are dealt out the cards, they study their hands and before playing their very first card they attempt to predict an outcome. In so doing, they add points to the current round which means that the winning team will win more victory points. So players need to be careful as any added points will go to the winners regardless of their own prediction. If players are unsure, they can chose to pass on the predictions not to risk giving too many points to their opponents.
– 28 cards
– 1 note pad
– 5 Victory Point tokens
– Rule Sheets in 6 languages (English, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish)