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Endless Games Slide 5 Card Game


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  • English language edition of 6 nimmt
  • Number of players is 2 to 10
  • Play time is 30 minutes
  • 104 cards, 1 instruction booklet
  • Recommended for ages 8 and up
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Product Description

840 Features: -Slide 5 card game.-For 2 to 10 players.-Based on the European card game sensation ''6 Nimmt''.-Quick-to-learn card game of luck and strategy.-Easy to learn and instantly addictive.-Ages: 8 and up.-Made in USA.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 0.9 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000Q47CCE
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #267,226 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sight Reader on April 30, 2008
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Slide 5 is a perfect mix of strategy and fun. Everyone chooses a card at the same time, so you are always praying that others don't play that one card that will result in disaster!

This game also plays beautifully for large groups as long as you make a slight modification - instead of only dealing 4 rows, deal as many rows as there are players.

Examples:
7 players, use cards from 1-77, deal 7 rows, give everyone 10 cards.
10 players, use cards 1-100, deal 10 rows, give everyone 9 cards.

This keeps big games from getting annoyingly random without losing the fun.

Good luck and have fun!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chad S. Groen on July 3, 2010
This is a great game that can be played with as many as 10 players, and it's one of those games where the more people you have playing, the more fun it is. There are 104 cards in the game, which are numbered from 1-104, and four of them are placed in the middle of the table. Each one of these is called a "hill," and on each turn players play a card on top of the hills, building them up numerically. Whoever plays the sixth card on a hill will cause an "avalanche," which means they take the five cards on that hill and their sixth card will begin a new hill. The cards they take is added to their score. Each card is worth a certain number of points, and at the end of the game the player who takes the fewest points is the winner. Trying to avoid causing an avalanche can be a lot more difficult than it sounds, because you can't choose where to play each card. It must be played on the hill in which the top card is closest to yours and also lower than yours. That means your card is the next highest number played on that hill. If you choose to play a card that's lower than all four hills, then that card has to replace one of the hills of your choice (meaning you have take the cards and points already on that hill).

There is a little strategy involved in this game, but there's also a lot of luck involved as you try figuring out which card to play on each turn in order to avoid causing an avalanche. If you play your cards right, you usually will be in a decent position to get a low score, but knowing when the right time is to play each card can be a challenge in itself. The more people you have playing this game, the more unpredictable it gets, which makes it even more fun. It's one of the few games I have that can be played with a big group, and everyone I've played it with really enjoys it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Legault on November 15, 2009
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We have been playing the German version of this game for over a year now (as Category 5 and 6 Nimmt) and we were happy to be able to get another english version. THis is a fun, simple and engaging game for up to 10 people. We recently introduced it to a senior's complex and they were overjoyed to be able to have a new game and that it was so easy and yet fun. It is not a cerebral game and no amount of strategy will help but it allows all to be equal participants (for all ages as well). We purchased 10 sets to give away to our friends so we don't always have to bring ours over and wear it out (like old cards so). We had been given 6 Nimmt in February and by June, the cards were all swollen and hard to deal - that's how much we enjoy playing this with friends ... and they all like it too!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Betty J. Volz on August 17, 2009
I was introduced to the game Slide 5 at our family reunion (one of those rainy weather reunions). Someone brought out games, and this is the one we enjoyed the most. The more people to play the better; we had 7 at the time, and since have played with 10 people. It is one of those games that things change so quickly, strategy is out the window! I had to order several decks for family members, and am now placing a second order. Only down side I can see is,(and it hasn't been an issue yet, BUT), I don't know how long the cards will hold up... they aren't like the good quality playing cards you can purchase.
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My friends and I enjoy playing card games when we get together but most of our favorite games don't work well if more than 5 or 6 of us are playing. This game works perfectly with up to 10 players and I think it is more fun with a larger group than a smaller one.

It is the kind of game that you can chat while playing because it doesn't require absolute attention. And the game moves along fairly quickly, though I don't know why the gamne box calls the game "fast." It's not a game where speed is required; but each hand doesn't take much time and a complete game is not long.

The game has 104 cards numbered 1-104 and each card has 1-7 "skiers" on it. The point of the game is to end up with the fewest skiers (points).

Each player is dealt 10 cards and 4 cards are laid out face up on the table. For each hand, you take one card from your hand and put it on the table upside down. Then everyone turns over their card at the same time. Going in order from smallest number to largest, people build on these rows by putting on a card that is higher than the top card (if your card is higher than more than one card, you put it on the one that is closest). The rows can only have five cards. If your card would be the sixth, you have to take the first 5 and put your card at the bottom of the rows. The cards you have to take don't go in your hand, they go in the pile of cards that count against you.

The game rules have examples of how this works that will make it easier to understand than my explanation. There are also variations in which you only use certain of the cards. We played with all cards, even when we had fewer players. That way not all the cards are in play and you don't know what cards are in the unused pile.
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