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Fröschis (engl. Froggis) is the German version of the game תעשו מקום (Make Room), published in 2020 by Shafir Games in Israel.
In Fröschis, you want to line up your cards in numerical order, eventually getting rid of your card row entirely.
The deck consists of cards numbered 1-8 with six of each, along with four frogs and eight trash. To start the game, deal each player a row of eight cards face down.
On a turn, take either the top card of the deck or the discard pile, then place the card in the proper place in your row — a 1 goes in the first spot, a 2 in the second spot, etc. — as long as the card you're replacing is face down. Reveal that face-down card, and if you can place it in your row — again, replacing only a face-down card — then do so. If you reveal a frog, it's a joker that can serve as any number. If, for example, you place a frog in the 4 spot, reveal a 6, then place the 6 and reveal a 4, you can place the 4, then move the frog to a different face-down spot. If you reveal trash or a number you already have face up, discard it to end your turn.
If you have eight face-up cards in a row, each other player takes one final turn, then you start a new round, and all players who completed their row are dealt only seven cards instead of eight. Now you have to get only seven cards in a row to win the round, but all 8s count as trash for you, possibly making it harder for you to do so. Keep playing rounds until someone gets down to a row of only one card, completing it with a 1 or a frog. That player wins when they do so, and multiple players can win if they complete their one-card row in the same round.
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