Hanabi—named for the Japanese word for "fireworks"—is a cooperative game in which players try to create the perfect fireworks show by placing the cards on the table in the right order. (In Japanese, hanabi is written as 花火; these are the ideograms flower and fire, respectively.)
The card deck consists of five different colors of cards, numbered 1–5 in each color. For each color, the players try to place a row in the correct order from 1–5. Sounds easy, right? Well, not quite, as in this game you hold your cards so that they're visible only to other players. To assist other players in playing a card, you must give them hints regarding the numbers or the colors of their cards. Players must act as a team to avoid errors and to finish the fireworks display before they run out of cards.
An extra suit of cards, rainbow colored, is also provided for advanced or variant play.
4&5 player mat. 2&3 player mat is below.
8.5x14 mat for the Deluxe Edition using an individual matrix for each tile
Tiles can be placed in portrait or landscape
Features new to old or old to new tile placement
This file was collaboration with Chris B (SybotCB)
This are standard-sized cards to keep track of clues in Hanabi. Just laminate them for easy erasing, and keep one for each of your cards in hand to keep direct and indirect clues without having to memorize them. This works a lot better if you're using card stands.
This playmat is designed to work with Hanabi Deluxe--the version with stand-up tiles. You can place the tiles in the relevant boxes to remember what they are. The dots in the bottom right corner are the number of each of the particular tile.
This is v1, because I have not yet received the game and tried it out. Once I receive my order, I'll provide an updated version.
These tuckboxes are for sleeved cards, specifically designed to accommodate FFG sleeves. This box holds the 60 Fireworks cards and has room at the top to hold the 12 Clock tokens and 3 Fuse tokens.
This box can be used as a replacement for the main box.
For a full list of my tuckboxes, check out [geeklist=183263]My Tuckbox Geeklist[/geeklist]!
After hearing about the idea of "box topping" (http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/1125734/the-box-topping-segment-was-excellent), I decided to make game logs for some of my games. This is my effort for Hanabi. Cut along the solid blue line and fold along the dim gray lines, and it will make a little book that fits inside the box (at least the R&R version - 3.5"x4.5").