Like a Chameleon, a player may change his color many times during the game. However, players who change colors too often will not do well and may even earn minus points for doing so. This means, that a player must wait for the proper time and place to make the change, but do it before his opponents do.
The players draw cards from a card supply in the middle of the table. During the game, the players try to specialize in a few colors, as at the end of the game, a player can score plus points for only 3 colors; the rest score minus points. The more cards a player has of a color, the more points he scores. The player with the most points wins.
Coloretto is easily the most-played card game in our collection; simple to teach and fast to play, it has enough strategy to keep you engaged while a healthy dose of luck keeps the mood light. Cards are language-independent and this game is suitable for both young and adult players. Snap this up if you can!