Japanese tea ceremonies highlight interactions between their guests and their hosts that can never be replicated in the exact same way. In Matcha, players a try to collect the utensils they require to perform a ceremony by matching up tea ceremony cards. The game revolves around a bluffing mechanic that allows players to manage their hands in order to collect specific sets of cards. The game box comes with 18 tea ceremony cards, 6 mat cards, and 35 wooden utensil tokens.
This game is for two players, ages 10 and up, and players in 20 minutes. It will retail for $9.99.
Grail Games also announced produce Hibachi, a remake of 2010’s Safranito, and an updated version of the 2005 game Fjords for release in 2021 (see "Grail Games Revives Two Titles")