Saturday, September 15, 2018

#gameweek With Sequence


A Brand New Game:

I've never heard of, or played Sequence before. I am a card game lover, and there's lots of cards in this game.

Sequence is my boy's favorite game lately. I've played it five times just today. Once with Mica and Isaak, another time with Isaak, and three times with Travis.

We're making memories for sure.


Game Contents:
  • 2 Decks of Cards
  • 135 Sequence Playing Chips: Red, Green, and Blue
  • Instructions
  • A Fold Out Board
  • A Storage Box 
How to Play:

This is for two to twelve players. Ages 7 and up.

Remove the Jokers from the playing cards. Shuffle the cards well!

The amount of cards vary with how many people play. We started with 7 cards. Each player can look at their own cards.

Each player gets a different color of tokens.

We had the youngest go first.

You place a card down on the table that you want to played, then place a colored token in that spot on the board. Your objective is to get 5 tokens in a row.

Jacks are special in this game. The 2 eyed Jack is a WILD Card. You can put a token wherever you want, if you have one of those. The 1 eyed Jack allows you to kick off another player's token.

Once the player lays down a card and a token, they draw a card.



Objective:

Like I said the objective is to get 5 tokens in a row. That can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.


Encourages STEM or STEAM:
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Art
  • Math
Sequence is about pattern recognition, and planning skills.


I like this game because it's similar to playing cards, but they changed things up a bit. It's a favorite at our house.

What's your favorite card game?

Disclaimer: I got this product for free from Goliath Games | Pressman Toy Company in exchange for an honest review. Pressman did not tell me what to say for this review. All opinions are my own. 

3 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

This looks like a game I would really enjoy. We need fresh games for our family game night stash and this looks like one that we'd all have fun playing.

rockin_robin54@hotmail.com said...

My daughter asked for Sequence one year for her birthday. It is a fun game. Unfortunately, she took it with her when she graduated and moved out. I forgot about it until I saw it on your blog. Would love one for ourselves!

mail4rosey said...

I haven't seen this one before, but I do like Pressman Toys. We are all about game time over here.

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