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The Inox people have been living peacefully in the Land of the
Waterfalls for a long time, but now there is a dangerous threat. Evil
Rhujas roaming the land want to capture the gemstones of the Inox.
That's why the Inox have selected the hardest to reach and most
dangerous place to hide their gemstones: the rock wall behind the Iquazú
waterfall. Their water dragon Silon blocks the waterfall so that the
brave Inox can rappel down the rock wall behind it to place their
gemstones there, out of harm's way. The gushing water and the dangerous
water snakes at the bottom will stop the Rhujas from getting the
gemstones. Which player in Iquazú will manage to use their cards
skillfully and place their colored gemstones in the best spots?
Each turn in Iquazú, players either draw four cards or play cards of a
single color from their hand to place one of their gems in an empty
space on the board the same color as the cards they played. If you place
in the leftmost column, you play only one card, in the secondmost left
column, two cards, and so on. The last player in turn order adds a water
droplet to the highest empty spot in the leftmost column after their
Once the leftmost column is full, players earn points based on how many
gems they have in this column and they earn a bonus token if they have
the most gems in a horizontal row. Bonus tokens can let you draw cards,
ignore the color rule, earn points at the end of the game, and take
another turn. Players then slide the waterfall right one column to make
new bonuses appear and the leftmost gems disappear. Whoever holds the
water droplet box passes it right. Players continue taking turns until
the final column is filled, at which point players collect bonuses for
the final time, then added any points collected to their score.
Eclectic Games, Reading - Tue Mar 31 19:57:21 BST 2020 [web4]