Voltage game is a two player card game. The players in this game have to successfully power four terminals. Bryan Yu can be credited for being for being this game's desinger. This attracted me the most becuase of its fine visuality. This game is suitable for 2 players, ages 10 and up.
Each game takes around 20 minutes to complete. The entire pack comes with a game board, 4 terminal tokens, 2 score markers and a deck of 56 cards. This has a high quality graphics. The game starts with the board which has orange, green, blue and purple terminals with 2 positive and 2 negative markers placed between the 2 opponents. Each opponent begins to place cards distributed to him on the matching terminals . When a terminal has a positive marker, players try to score as many points. When your terminal has negative marker then your opponent will score. You have 2 cards with special power and some have a positive transformer on the back of the card, for which the player can flip positive to negative terminal or vice a versa. If it is a negative marker then the player with lower points will move the marker forward.When one player wins four terminals, the game ends.
This game usually costs around $70- $100 depending upon the sizes you choose. The price may differ based on the location where you pruchase. This seemed an interesting game for my kids, so I didnt even think twice before buying them.