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Number of Players 3-6
Playtime 15-25 Min
Suggested Ages 10+
Designer(s) Spartaco Albertarelli
Publisher HeidelBAER Games

Once Coyote went across the river with his friends. But he was carrying too many things and almost drowned before Beer pulled him out of the river. Poor Coyote lost everything.

They sat down by a fire to rest and dry off. Coyote was jealous of the other animals, because they still had all their things. So he challenged them to a bluffing game to win their belongings.

The other animals agreed as they figured Coyote would never win. After all he is known to always lie. However in this game everybody has to lie, because no one knows the truth…

In this bluffing game players always see the cards of the others, but never their own. On a turn, you must announce a number that is less than the total of cards in the game, increasing the last number. You can also challenge the number previously announced. Lastly, when all the cards are shown, it is revealed who has the cunning Coyote on their side.

Coyote is in the same game line as Spicy, with the game box and card backs decorated with a unique metallic print in copper. Like the tradition of the Northwest Coast Tribes, copper is a symbol of prosperity and cultural wealth.

The artist Zona Evon Shroyer (Yupik Alaskan Native) is a master of the traditional Northwest Coastal art, whose richness of complexity and details need years of study and practice. For the cover illustration of Coyote, she designed a silhouette for the coyote, which was then filled in a classical manner with other animal motifs: turtle, beaver, and bear — the animals that he is sitting around the fire with and playing a game, in the story.

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