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Loot Game

Loot Game Rules


Loot Game Instructions


Average Price: $10.00
Playing Time: 15 - 30 min.
Ages: 10+
Players: 2 - 8
(54.68%) (301 Votes)

Summary:
Loot is a fun pirate game where players attempt to capture the most lucrative merchant ships will competing with your fellow pirates. Who will trump who or which ships will simply be forgotten about?

Loot has some major strategy to it and is definitely not as easy as it may seem. The card game Loot is easy to play and learn how to play, but to become the Loot champion it will take some practice. Loot puts a twist on a what you would assume a typical card game would be. Try playing Loot today!

Fun Loot Facts
Object:
The object of the game Loot is to be the pirate with the most loot (gold coins) when the deck is depleted and one player is out of cards.

Contents:
Your game of Loot will include 25 merchant ships, 48 pirate ships, 4 captains, 1 admiral and the Loot game rules and instructions.

Loot Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Loot dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Loot.


Loot Reviews, Comments, Questions

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Sarah says:
04-15-2017

I am hooked on this game. The rules are easy once you figure it out. The tricky part is learning the correct strategy. Every game is different. It's pretty quick to play also.
Randy says:
04-15-2017

Does anyone know of different versions of rules that you can play. Some games have a couple ways to play. Didn't know if this was one. I didn't see anything in the rules but wanted to see if anyone else plays different. I'd love to learn how to play.
Kyle says:
08-17-2015

Played this at a party and was a little lost the first time around. They quickly explained the game rules and said it would make more sense after we played one round. Boy were they right. Much easier to learn how to play by watching it be played.
 
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