You’ll find the game on Steam, PlayStation, and Xbox, but it’s not available in all countries.

I picked up a copy on Steam early last year.

NertZ is a card game about a team of scientists who are working on a breakthrough, and you’re in charge of making the right decisions, in order to help your team of super scientists overcome a series of obstacles.

The game uses a card system similar to that of Settlers of Catan.

There are 30 cards, each with a different type of resource, which you’ll be able to add to your deck.

For example, a resource you can play with is a type of wood, a type that can be used to build a building.

A resource you’ll want to take away is an animal, which can be turned into a valuable resource.

When you’re trying to find a way to help a team overcome a problem, you’ll use a set of dice, called cards, that determine how to solve a problem.

You can add new cards to your pile of cards by playing the game.

There’s a lot of flexibility here.

There aren’t really any limits to the number of cards you can add.

For example, you can have two cards that add different types of wood to your cards.

You might add a wood type that you want to play with to the top of your deck, or another type that might be useful in the game, like a plant that can grow into a plant, or an animal that can become a resource.

Each card has an associated type of resources, like food or animal.

There also are two types of resources you can get at the end of a game.

You’ll want those resources when you’re looking for the best solution to a problem that you need to solve.

You don’t need to be a card-gamer to get this game.

The first thing I noticed when I started playing the card game was how easy it was to learn.

I can now easily get a hold of the game without having to learn the rules, which is nice.

The only drawback to the game is that it’s hard to learn all of the rules at once.

I was able to get my first play through, and I’m loving it.

The art is a lot better than I expected.

The cards are well designed, and the art is gorgeous.

In the game you can use the cards to help you solve problems.

There is a mechanic called “scaling,” where you’ll place resources in your deck so that they can be played together to help solve a specific problem.

For instance, a plant might be valuable to a team that’s trying to get rid of the plants that are causing disease, or a plant can be useful when you need the wood you can buy at the beginning of the round to make a building in the middle of the building.

You will also want to be mindful of the different types and types of animals.

For an animal you want it to be useful for building a building, you might want to put a plant in the building to create a bridge, and if you’re a plant-worshipping player, you will want to add a plant to your plant deck so you can grow trees in the future.

Each of the 30 cards in the card pool is made up of a different resource type.

The resource type you put on top of a card determines what resources are available to you.

The cards you’re able to buy at end of the day also determine what types of materials you can build.

A card is also known as a “resource card.”

You’ll be given a resource when you start the game that you can then use to add cards to that resource pool.

For me, the first resource I purchased was the plant card.

That card allowed me to create some new plant types and use them to help my team in a game of Settler of Catans.

You get a card every time you make a card in the system, but you’ll never have more than one card in your resources at any given time.

The rules don’t really tell you what type of cards are in your resource pool at any one time, but that’s what makes it easy to learn and to adapt to the rules.

I was able, in fact, to get more than I had anticipated.

This is how it plays: Each player takes turns, and when a player has no cards left on their resource card pool, they’ll place one card on top and the rest on the bottom.

If that player leaves, all remaining resources will be gone.

When the last card on your card pool leaves the table, that player can’t play any more cards until they’ve been dealt with.

I also found that the game played very quickly.

After each turn, each player has to place a card on the board and