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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Skip-Bo a game where each player is dealt a stockpile of cards and then attempts to win by playing all these cards on building piles in numerical sequence 1 through 12
A member of Mattel's popular family of Uno card games, Skip-Bo resembles speed (or spit) in the same way that Uno takes after crazy eights. Out of a 162-card deck, two to six players are each dealt 20-card "stockpiles"; the first one to deplete their pile wins. Competing either alone or in teams, players draw from a central pile and stack their cards sequentially onto one of four "build" piles (for example, an eight onto a seven, a three onto a two), using plentiful Skip-Bo wild cards to break up static situations. Deceptively simple and ingeniously designed, this classic game offers plenty of strategizing opportunities, or it can just make a nice backdrop to socializing and munching on potato chips. --Paul HughesSee all Product Description
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To begin the game, players are dealt the same amount of cards face down into what becomes their personal 'Stock' pile. During play, they draw from a central 'Draw' pile and work towards starting up to four 'Building' piles. Each pile is then built up numerically in sequence, 1 through 12. The first player to deplete their pile wins!
A Skip-Bo card is 'wild' and can be played to start a 'Building' pile or as any other number, too. These cards are perfect for breaking up static situations or helping to beat your opponents.
Includes 162 cards and instructions.
This game presents numerous opportunities to strategize: the organizing of cards into the discard piles, avoid setting up the next players for good plays, knowing when to play from which option and especially the timing of playing a valuable 'Skip-Bo' wild card.
Skip-Bo: 2-6 Players, Ages 7+, Average Play Time = 15-30 Minutes
I’ll opt to keep this short and sweet: “UNO” lovers will more than likely enjoy playing this game too. Read more
My family played with it yesterday and the game lasted longer than expected. Had some fun.Published 6 days ago by Francois Legault
Tired of the same old card games? Give this one a try, it is a lot of fun and is easy to learn the rules.Published 7 days ago by C. L. Marsh
I order for my friend BP gift.
I am sure she loves it !
The delivery is also very fast
We play it all the time here in our senior development. Good way to pass time when it is to hot here in Arizona.Published 13 days ago by Ellen
This is a fast moving game that our family played while on vacation-from age 7 to 75.Published 18 days ago by Lorraine M Trenk