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How To Play
Part of Out of the Box's Fun to Go series, the tin contains 73 cards. Each has a large yellow number (1-10) and a small one in the corner indicating +/- 1, 2 or 3. A card is laid to start the central pile, then the rest of the cards are dealt out. Players race to add the next card to the center pile. As an example, a card with a large yellow 5 and a 2 in its corner could be covered by a 3 or a 7 card (which is 5, plus or minus 2). The first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner.
This game reinforces:
BGG Trent Howell:"Quick thinking with simple math keeps your mind and hands moving rapidly along. Great to help the kids stay sharp on their math skills. "
BGG Scott Langston:"Another speed card game from OTB. Definitely a filler, but one that my daughter likes to play repeatedly. Some strategy, but you need to be able to think fast, talk fast, and move fast to win."
BGG A Morris:"Quick to play and really gets your brain working. We only had time for a couple of hands, but everyone at the table wanted to play MORE."
BGG Jenks:"This is an outstanding game - it plays in 5 minutes (less if you are playing me, muaahaahaa)"
BGG Nadine Sehnert:"This game is another in the line of trying to get rid of your cards first. With this game, you need to add and subtract quickly in order to get your cards on the table. It's a quick game and you can play it with up to 4 players (more if you wanted even less cards and could fit around a small space so everyone could reach the piles!) and will certainly be one that old and young will enjoy playing together!"
BGG Chung Chit Hang:"Good filler game and easy to play... create lots of excitment. I like this kind of action-reaction game. giving you a rest between heavy games "
BGG Cubsfan31:"Speed game along the lines of Blink or Super Circles with the added challenge of some simple math. Great to play with the kids! Adults I've played with have a much harder time figuring out the "wrap around" than kids do. Go figure. "