Game play


Rhino Hero


Players each start the game with five roof cards, and they take turns adding walls and roofs to a single building. On a turn, you first place walls on the highest floor, then you choose a roof card in your hand and place it on the wall. The first player to build all his roof cards wins. My group and I had never played this game before and it was quite evident Rhino Hero by Haba was not a fan favourite amongst the group. Besides spending way too long trying to solve the rules we realised we may have been thinking a little too hard as the game was quite simple. This game seemed to be a more playful child-like version of Jenga almost too simple it became very boring. The game focuses on two types of mechanisms, hand management and stacking/ balancing. Like many other tabletop games…

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