In a Hanabi two to five players take on the role of fireworks manufacturers who have to assemble the powders, fuses, and rockets for a fireworks display before show time. The players must take turns describing their cards and trying arrange them by color and number to build a firework. The tricky part is that none of the players are allowed to look at their own cards, each player must rely on the clues that the other players give them to try and make the best matches possible. It’s a cooperative game and you’re working together to create something without the threat of mutants destroying a major city, zombies devouring you, or an island sinking away beneath your feet. In all I think it’s a perfect game for a night at home with friends or an evening out under the stars waiting for a fireworks show to start over your heads.