Kobayakawa – by Oink Games
Designed by the awesome Jun Sasaki

This was the new game at the Tokyo Game Market (Apr 28th, 2013). I already had some of the wonderful games created by Oink Games, and I wanted to support them and buy their new game even without knowing much about it. (They actually just got the game finished just right before the Game Market, and they did a great job with it.)
I reserved 2 copies, and my friends and I sat down to play the game, as well as DibDib, and we all went over to the stall to buy copies of Kobayakawa.

I really hope this game & Jun Sasaki’s other games gets picked up by an English publisher. The games are really fun, and something that I think most people would like. Plus his games are the ones that helps bridge the language barrier gap, and I think these games can be enjoyed by gamers & non-gamers alike.

0:00 My Oink Games collection
02:20 the awesome werewolf cards by Oink Games
03:40 Unboxing Kobayakawa
08:36 Game Setup & A summary of the Rules
10:05 A playthrough of Kobayakawa

Tokyo Game Market

DibDib & Stamps unboxing

Hattari – In a Grove – Yabu no Naka

Sorry about the Ums, and Ok’s 🙂 I hope you liked my video, feel free to leave some comments below. Filmed on my Ipad Mini & took about 5 hrs to edit.

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6 Comments

wsetws

June 30, 2020

Pretty entretaining review. Thx 🙂

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MissMerc007

June 30, 2020

The rules I have are a little different to what is written in the Japanese rules.
The Japanese Rules says if you get 5 mistakes you are out.
Eng Rules: if you get 8 tokens you are out.
Then both rules say Step 2: If a loser can't be decided, the person who ran out of chips is the loser.
My friends and I use the Japanese & English rules: you are out if you either get 5 mistakes, or 8 (combined) tokens, or run out of chips. 3 ways to get out 🙂

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MissMerc007

June 30, 2020

Good question 🙂
Only the person who holds the White token can change.
The start player has the white rectangular token, and he looks first at 2 of the suspects, then only he can decide to switch out the "deceased body" with 1 of the suspects. After everyone has looked at 2 suspects, and the suspects are revealed etc. the rectangular white token is passed to the left. That person starts the next round.

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Henry Gosuen

June 30, 2020

uh, a thing I don't get or missed: anyone can change the center card at their turn? So, how it is defined who starts the turn? it changes each "play" or it is fixed?

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MissMerc007

June 30, 2020

Thank you 🙂
These are currently sold in Japan, but some people have been contacting the company directly. Some of the games are sold out at the the time of this reply e.g.Stamps & Kobayakawa. But Dibdib & Yabunonaka (aka Hattari) is available.

Hopefully a European publisher/American publisher will pick up some of these games 🙂

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ilfautsinscrire

June 30, 2020

Thank you very much for your japanese games reviews! They are great. Actually, how can i get a copy of them? I live in Europe…

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