Sequence Game, ages 7 and up, 2-12 players
The exciting game of strategy!
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’s a Sequence.
Great for individual or team play
Score the required number of five-card sequences before your opponents to win.
Fun for the whole family!
Sequence can be enjoyed by players of multiple ages since it’s easy enough for kids and challenging enough for adults.
Sequence is also available in other variety
Sequence For Kids
A2Z Letter Sequence
Playing the Game
1 folding game board, 2 decks of Sequence playing cards, 135 playing chips and complete instructions.
Develops STEM skills like strategy
Players select a card of their choice from their hand and place it face up on a discard pile. Then they place a chip on the corresponding space on the board. Each card is pictured twice on the game board, so choose your space wisely!
Jacks add excitement to gameplay!
Jacks with two eyes are wild and can be used to place a chip on any space on the board. A one-eyed Jack can be played to remove an opponent’s chip from the board. Keep in mind, you cannot remove a chip from a completed Sequence
Winning the game
The first player or team to score the required number of five-card sequences wins the game. It’s fun, it’s challenging, it’s exciting – it’s Sequence!
?【Foldable design】 The board is foldable and does not take up space. Traveling is easy to transport.
?【Game Play】 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’s a sequence. Each player or team tries to score the required number of five-card sequences before their opponents.
?【History】 Sequence, an abstract strategy board-and-card game, was invented by Douglas Reuter in Owatonna, Minnesota, over a two-year period in the 1970s. Mr. Reuter originally called the game, “Sequence Five”. The game was first sold in a retail store in 1982.
?【Develops Kids Brain】 This Sequence game with cards teaches your child about strategy, about how to think logically and act cautiously, how to think three steps ahead, and how to win or lose graciously. Using these skills, your child will grow into an adult who doesn’t give in to impulse decisions but will approach their problems from every possible angle before making up their minds.
?【Ages】 Ages 7 and above Adult, 2-12 players. With a little strategy and a little luck, you can be a sequence winner.
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