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Chronology

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3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • The Game of all times
  • Fun for the whole family
  • For 2 or more players
  • 200 Chronology Cards
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Were ice cream cones invented before or after silver dollars? Did the first drive-in movie come before or after The Star Spangled Banner is declared the National Anthem? Now you're playing Chronology, the challenging time line game. Place events in time and put time in its place. Place 5 events in order and win the game!For 2 or more players, ages 8 and up.Contents: 200 cards, card stands and instructions.

From the Manufacturer

Were ice cream cones invented before or after silver dollars? Did the first drive-in movie come before or after "The Star Spangled Banner" is declared the National Anthem? Now you're playing Chronology, the challenging time line game. Place events in time and put time in its place. Place 5 events in order and win the game. Includes 200 Chronology cards, card stands and instructions.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0028K2P76
  • Item model number: 0795
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #246,836 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I got this latest version on Chronology in 2009. I like the previous versions better. For one thing, this version comes with only 200 cards. The previous versions had about twice that number, if not more. Another fault with this version is when you have one space left in your rack. Let's say your empty space is between 1910 and 1955. A card comes up saying Ulysses S. Grant was elected U. S. President in this year. Clearly that was in the 1800's, but because your empty space is from 1910 - 1955, you can't get the card to win. The other versions had a timeline where you could stick the card to accomodate what you had in your deck.

I say skip this version and get the "best of" or original version of Chronology on the internet. Those are better and fairer to players.
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This is a fun game to play, but after playing it on two different occasions, with two friends of mine, we started to have to use the same cards over again, making it significantly less challenging. I DO NOT recommend this game, but only due to the limited number of cards with which it comes.
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I am a homeschool mom. I got this game to add some history to our game time. I like how you don't always have to know the exact date of something. Its challanging even for adults. I think its great because you learn about a wide varity of topics. It puts things in order of events giving things prespective.(you could even make some of your own cards to go with the history your studing) I am impressed with how curent the topics are. We found cards as recent as 2009. This game can never be out dated, because history doesn't change. You would only need to add to it. It would be easy to add other cards from the other verisions of the game to expand on this set. It's a must for anyone who wants to learn history or test themselves. The cards can be a jumping off point for more learning. Any card that is of intrest to you or your kids can be a topic to study. Simply grab a book from the library or go online to learn more about that topic. It Can be played with as little as 2 people or as many that will fit at your table. The game says to go up to 5 cards, but I found that the chalenge comes when you try to put 10 or more cards in your timeline. There are many posablities with the game.
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I was hoping to have some fun with my family of grown children and it was too easy. You basically have to arrange events on the cards by date, but the dates can be many centuries apart, making it not at all challenging. We had a laugh about how easy it was but it didn't keep our attention for more than 30 minutes.
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Chronology is one of the few games that our family can all play together. Our kids ages 8, 10 and 16 are all on somewhat equal playing ground with us parents. We played this with another family and the youngest (8) won the first round! We all learned something too. I highly recommend this game!
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We bought this version of Chronology because we have an older one that only went to 199-something. It's a fun educational game that doesn't take much set-up or rule-learning. We like having the different categories except I noticed we tend to avoid one of them. We thought the racks would be a great improvement to our older version but we stopped using them after the first round because it's easier to set our cards on the table. Our older version's rules were you had to have 10 cards to win but this version is 1/2 that--win with 5. It made the game a little too fast. So we decided on 7 and that seems to be the magic number for us. Sometimes, the information on the cards can be conversation starters as well, as the adults say, "I remember I was here when that happened." Even the kids might add, "I was born in that year." All in all we enjoy it because it's a quick game for those moments when we only have a quick moment to spare.
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Easy party game.
You DON'T need to know specific dates to play this game.
Simply have someone read a card to you, you guess where the card fits in the timeline you're building w/ previous cards (if you guess correctly, you add the card to your timeline -- if you guess wrong, the card goes back in the pile).
Each person has their own timeline of cards.
First person to build a timeline of XX number of cards, wins!
The banter that ensues as people try to figure out when things happened...well, it's FUN!
Buy this game!!
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The 5-star game is the ORIGINAL Chronology, played on a table top (no rack). Everyone who has played this at our house has loved it, but we have now used all the cards, so can't play any more. If we keep playing, we have an unfair advantage over our guests. The game is discontinued, apparently, so no sets of new cards are likely to be forthcoming. A great, straightforward game, fun for everyone, but with no breakable, electronic parts, so away it goes! How sad.
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