Valentine’s Day


Set your heart on a player of your choice and offer them a rose. Will they accept?

Create bouquets of roses to win points but be careful: the task isn’t that simple! Too many thorny roses will spoil the bouquet! Sometimes, it’s important to know when to say “no”.

What’s in the box?

  • 54 rose cards
  • 28 heart tokens

How to play:

On your turn, offer one of your rose cards to another player by sliding it across the table to them, face down. During this turn, you and the other player are on a date. The player receiving the cards has two options:

  • They accept your rose and add the card face-up to their bouquet
  • They reject your rose in which case, you must take the card and add it, face-up, to your bouquet.

If the bouquet containing the new rose contains a total of 5 or more thorns then this bouquet is ruined. All the cards from this bouquet are discarded, face-up, next to the rose cards. The player whose turn it is draws a new card from the pile of rose cards so that they keep four cards in hand.

If your bouquet contains a minimum of 4 roses you can swap the whole bouquet (in front of you) for charisma points. Take 1 or more heart tokens according to the total value of the roses in the bouquet.

The game can end in the following 3 ways:

  • a player reaches 5 or more charisma points.
  • a player gets rid of a bouquet containing 10 or more roses.
  • when there are no more rose cards in the pile, the game continues until everyone’s turn is over.

The player with the most charisma points wins the game.


Valentine’s Day reinforces social play and maths skills.

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