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||Mathieu Aubert, Théo Rivière
Bag of Chips is a party game in which you face crucial choices to score as many points as possible at the end of each round. Be careful, however, because if you're too greedy, you will lose a lot!
At the begining of a round, each player is dealt six objective cards and the 25 chips — in five colors, ranging from 7 yellow potato chips to 3 orange chicken chips — are placed in the bag. Someone takes five chips from the bag and places them on the table, then everyone discards two of their objective cards. The player takes four more chips, then everyone discards another objective card. The player takes three more chips, after which everyone places two of their cards on the positive scoring side of their playing area and the final card on the negative scoring side. The player then takes two more chips, one by one, both for increased drama and for some of the objective cards.
If a played objective card has not been finished, discard it. Add the points from your finished positive objective cards (if any), then subtract points from your negative objective card (if any). The player with the highest score gets two reward tokens, and the player with the second highest score gets one reward tokens. Complete rounds until someone has four or more reward tokens and wins the game. (In a two-player game, only the player with the higher score gets a reward token, and whoever first collects three tokens wins.)