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Line – The Skateboard Card Game

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£15.00

Line is a skateboard themed tactical card-laying game for 2-4 players and based around combining cards for the highest score. Players draft for cards and place them in their Line, ensuring that the trick connects to both the current obstacle and their previous trick. Points are scored based on length of combos so clever trick choice is vital to make the winning Line.

140 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: BDS-LN-G-ENG-01-2017 Category: Tags: , , , ,

Description

In Line you are a professional skateboarder competing against your opponents to take the grand prize. Lay down the best tricks and sickest combos to increase your score, but make sure your tricks link together or you may bail and break your flow.

Line is a card-laying game for 2-4 players based around combining cards for the highest score. Players draft for cards and place them in their Line, ensuring that the trick connects to both the current obstacle and their previous trick. Points are scored based on length of combos so clever trick choice is vital to make the winning Line.

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Line: The Skateboard Card Game on BoardGameGeek

Line: The Skateboard Card Game on BoardGameGeek

https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/237925/line

Additional information

Weight 0.215 kg
Dimensions 3.7 x 6.6 x 9.6 cm
Number of cards in a pack

92

Instructions

Full instructions included in the box.

Languages Supported

English, German

Outer Packaging

Shrink-wrapped in clear plastic.

1 review for Line – The Skateboard Card Game

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    MrCookio

    So this is a lot shorter than one of my normal Games Quest reviews but I thought that Line could do with a little bit of love.

    Line appeared on my Essen interest list quite late because of it appearing on the preview at the last minute. However, I thought that the concept was quite interesting. So, I sent my loyal personal shopper to go and have a look at it while he was there, and he was so sure about it, he got me a copy (and then invoiced me!).

    I’ve managed to have a go at Line now and I have to say that I’m really impressed. I come to skateboarding not as a boarder but a long time fan of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater – at least while it was still good so I’m not a die hard boarder and come to it from the casual side of the sport.

    In a nutshell, you draft trick cards and play them against obstacles, all the while trying to score combos and points from stringing the tricks together. This is visually done by playing cards with the right coloured symbol above the obstacle and trying to get skateboards to link together on the cards.

    After 9 rounds of drafting and obstacle dodging you then score your cards for whether they connect and whether they’re linked together. Admittedly, the first scoring made my brain hurt a bit but it’s easy once you get used to it.

    After my fist couple of games I’m certain that Line is going to stay in my collection and give it a solid Dark Sliding, Air Walking, Crooked Grinding 9/10.

    (This review was first published on Boardgamegeek.com)

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