- Play a card from your hand, and place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board. When you have five in a row, it is a SEQUENCE.
- Each player or team tries to score the required number of five-card SEQUENCES before their opponents.
- Easy enough for children and challenging enough for adults.
- Exciting gameplay develops STEM skills like strategy.
- For 2-12 players. Ages 7 and up.
Played this game at a friends' house with husbands vs wives teams. Before we realized, it was 2:00 am and we were saying "just one more game"! This game is entertaining, invigorating and surprisingly addicitve! So much so we ordered ours the next day. It's easy yet challenging using well known common deck-of-card format, but in interesting progressions. Rules and play are simple, but much more difficult to achieve than you would at first consider. Well recommended for family fun!
This is one of my all-time favorite games. It sounds boring as hell when you try to explain it or just tell people the name, but once they get going they always end up loving it! I've converted a lot of skeptics.It seems super complicated once the board comes out but the rules are very simple and it's easy to transport. Playing in teams makes it even better in my opinion, and especially in multiples of 3.
This is one of the best board games out there that you can play with friends. Minimal learning curve, and a strategy game that can be played with just 1 more player or up to 6. Great family wholesome fun and interesting evenings, bringing out the competitiveness (and a test of hostility/personality) in your opponent.Hard to stop after a single game! Highly recommended to have for those nights together!
This is a fun game for the whole family. If you want to get preschoolers involved, change the rules. My 4 yr old twin grandchildren play with these rules: a “sequence” is 3 in a row vertical or horizontal; all jacks are wild; first with 3 sequences wins; they play with cards facing up on tables so adults can help with playing hints. Great for learning strategy, visual scanning, and good game play.
I love this game. It is a fun game for players who like to play in teams. It is strictly a game of chance. There is little skill necessary and children as young as eight could play it comfortably. It does not involve any reading skills. It is played on a board, with chips of different colors, using a deck of cards to determine where a chip is placed. It is a game where there can be a certain amount of socialization.