Average rating 7.60 BGG average rating 7.04
Last played 6-Sep-2016 Players 3 - 5
Total plays 38 Designer Thorsten Gimmler
Weight 1 Year 2004
Playing Time 20 mins BGG Entry BoardGameGeek

Player # plays # wins Average rating Last played
Abi 1 1 7.00 12-Dec-2004
Andy 20 4 7.70 3-May-2011
Boog 7 1 8.00 5-Dec-2006
Chris Kovac 1 1 7.00 20-Oct-2004
Chrissy 2 0 8.00 23-Jun-2009
Emelli Doran 2 1 8.50 22-Oct-2004
Frank 3 1 7.33 6-Sep-2016
Joe 6 3 8.00 6-Sep-2016
Oggie 21 6 7.62 6-Sep-2016
Paul 24 4 7.58 13-Jul-2014
Steve 20 5 7.40 13-Jul-2014
Steve Brooks 5 2 6.00 29-Oct-2004
Tel 35 10 7.71 6-Sep-2016

No Thanks! is a card game designed to be as simple as it is rules are simple. Each turn, players have two options:br/br/ play one of their chips to avoid picking up the current face-up cardbr/ pick up the face-up card (along with any chips that have already been played on that card) and turn over the next cardbr/br/br/br/br/However, the choices aren't so easy as players compete to have the lowest score at the end of the game. The deck of cards is numbered from 3 to 35, with each card counting for a number of points equal to its face value. Runs of two or more cards only count as the lowest value in the run - but nine cards are removed from the deck before starting, so be careful looking for connectors. Each chip is worth -1 point, but they can be even more valuable by allowing you to avoid drawing that unwanted first versions of the game supported up to five players, but a 2011 edition supports up to game was originally published in Germany by Amigo as Geschenkt noch zu teuer!, meaning Even given as a gift, it is still too expensive!. Amigo's international edition, titled No Merci! (a delightful multi-lingual pun), had rules in several languages, including English. The game has subsequently been released in other countries under an assortment of