This is a really neat game that plays on strategy alone. This game you can only play with 2 players, as one player is the codemaker and one the codebreaker. The codemaker uses the colored pegs at the end of the board (which is hidden by a flap) to make up a code. Then the codebreaker uses strategy and possibly a little bit of luck to break his code. I think it’s basically a process of elimination. After each turn, the codemaker will give the codebreaker clues with little key pegs. How to win is to break the code in the least amount of turns. All game pieces can be stored within the game board. For 2 players ages 8+. Game contents: * Decoding boards with built-in storage * 108 code pegs (6 different colors) * 30 key pegs * Complete instructions
Rummikub is a game of strategy and luck. It is quick moving and easy to learn. This game was easy for us to learn as I associated it with Rummy. Players take turns placing numbered tiles in runs (consecutive numbers of the same color, like 2, 3, 4 in red) and groups (three or more of the same number in different colors, like a red 9, a blue 9, and a black 9). This special version features tiles with large numbers and a wooden case. Be the first player to play every tile on your rack to win. Game Contents: * Special edition wood storage case * 106 high quality, durable rummikub tiles * 4 sturdy wooden racks * Complete instructions
This has became a family favorite as we sit and play almost every night for hours. Use the cards from your hand to place chips on the corresponding spaces on the board. When you get 5 in a row, its sequence! The more you play the more you will learn how to block, and use your chips as an advantage for yourself to win and keep your opponent from winning.The jacks are wild, to either place an extra chip or remove your opponents chip. You can play 2-12 players ages 7+. Game contents: * Folding game board * Sequence playing card * 135 sequence playing chips * Game instructions
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