You can download the rules as PDF from here
“Dreck weg!” is a game for 2 to 4 environmentalists 6 years and up by Stefan Siebert with a playing time of 20 to 30 minutes. Below is a brief overview of the rules. You can download the complete rules below as a PDF.
The game is divided into 2 phases – the setup phase and the actual play of the game.
In the setup phase, the players jointly create a map by each placing a city field starting from the central supermarket field. Subsequently, the so-called there-is-still-something-there-stones are placed, indicating where there is still garbage to be collected.
The task now is to free the city from garbage. Players roll and move along the city fields. If they come to a field with “there-is-still-something-there-stones” they can clean up the field.
Pieces according to the displayed number are drawn out of the bag. You can find these four different types of waste: three types of bottles and other garbage. The players bring the bottles to the supermarket, to exchange for deposit money, the garbage to the GEM, for which they receive praise cards. These allow additional actions during the game. The problem for the players is that they can carry only eight collectibles. So these must first be disposed of before they can continue to collect.
The there-is-still-something-there-stones are also collected. On the sponsor’s fields these can be exchanged for a cash reward. Who has gathered some money, which can also bring it to the bank, where they can gain interest.
The winner is the player who has collected the most money, when all city areas have been cleaned.