It begins so innocently. Play a card from your hand
onto the Froop, an amorphous pile of cards in the
middle of the table, so that two symbols on your card
match up with the symbols on the Froop below it. It's
simple, it's fun, it keeps you thinking, but not so
much that you can't carry on a conversation while you
play. Then you start adding in the optional rules, and
suddenly the game becomes cut-throat, demands quick
wits, or takes on the tactics of a classic board game.
You mix and match the variants, and your mind begins
to reel from the strategic possibilities. Then you go
one step further and combine them all, and your brain
oozes out your ears.
Like a game of Chess or Go that can be played by up to
10 players simultaneously and fits in your pocket,
"Froop!" includes instructions in over a dozen different
languages, meaning you can play it with virtually
anyone, virtually anywhere.
"Froop!" is Savant Garde Entertainment's initial foray into
abstract strategy games, with a scalable rules system that runs the gamut
from a light family or party game to teeth-grinding strategy or frantic