Sequence Game

It’s fun, it’s challenging, it’s exciting, it’s Sequence. Play a card from your hand, place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board when you have five in a row, it’s a Sequence. Learn to block your opponents – remove their chips. Watch out for the Jacks, they are wild. With a little strategy and luck, you’ll be a winner. Contents: Folding Game Board, 2 Decks of Sequence Cards, 135 Playing Chips and Instructions. For 2 or more players, ages 7 and up. Country of Origin: USA or Hong Kong or China.With touches of canasta, rummy, and poker, this game could easily become a Friday-night favorite. The object is to get a “sequence,” meaning a row of five poker-like chips on the game board. The board itself depicts lines of face-up playing cards. Players place their “crowning” chips on top of the card pictures, and can form sequences by using strategy and knowing which Sequence cards to keep or discard. Since forethought, luck, and backup plans are the keys to winning, this game is probably too sophisticated for children under 7 years old. (But young ones can team up with adults.) Included are 104 playing cards and 50 crowning chips in each color: red, blue, and green. –Gail Hudson

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  • Easy Enough For Children, Challenging For Adults!
  • Contents: Folding Game Board, Sequence Playing Cards, 135 Sequence Playing Chips, Game Instructions
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  • Easy enough for children, challenging for adults!
  • Contents: Folding Game Board, Sequence Playing Cards, 135 Sequence Playing Chips, Game Instructions

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2 Responses to Sequence Game

  1. Chuck J says:

    A whole lot of fun, even for families with kids! This game is a lot of fun for our family. Here’s some notes on it:- It is easily learned but there’s definitely some strategy to be employed to be successful. It’s not too hard to learn, and once you discuss some of the strategy with kids, then it’s a very accessible game even for them. We have 6 and 9 year olds, and once we talked with them about some basic strategy, they’re now as good at it as we are (the 6-year old, usually wins probably 40% of the time among 4 of us)…

  2. Karen says:

    A combination of card and board game with lots of strategy We love to play games as a family. There are four of us that usually play: my husband and I, our 9 year old daughter, and my 83 year old mom. We enjoy playing both board and card games and Sequence is a great combination of both!The game itself is really simple to learn and played in up to three teams. When the four of us splay, we find it simplest to play two teams of two. The game indicates that it’s for ages 10 and up, but my 9 year old had no trouble mastering it, although she…

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