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- Winner of over 10 Best Game Awards
- Five-suited rummy-style card game
- Great family game, kids can compete with adults
- Easy to learn with unlimited replay value
- Rotating wild card keeps players on their toes.
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Five Crowns is a five-suited rummy-style card game played in eleven rounds. It is a quick favorite for avid and casual card players alike. Five Crowns features a unique double deck that contains 5 suits (the stars are new) providing each player multiple options for arranging their hand into books and runs. The wild card changes each round keeping you on your toes. It starts with 3 cards and 3s are wild, next round has 4 cards and 4s are wild and so on ‘til the Kings Go Wild! Make the right combinations, be the first to go out, then watch the others scramble as they get one last chance to cut their losses.Family Fun
Enjoy bridging the generational gap at your next family gathering by playing Five Crowns. With easy to learn instructions, you will be able to include younger members of your family while still capturing the interest of everyone else. This game is a best seller for a reason!Game Facts
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The object of the game is to make sets (three or more cards of the same denomination) or runs (three or more consecutive cards of the same suite), and to lay down your sets and runs before your opponents. Any cards not played count against you.
In the first hand three cards are dealt to each player, and threes are wild. In the second hand four cards are dealt to each player, and fours are wild, etc. This can get confusing, and often a player will accidentally discard a "wild card", which adds to the fun. The deck also contains some jokers as additional wild cards.
A player can be behind for nearly the entire game, and catch up in the last few hands by playing all the cards in her/his hand, and forcing others to get stuck with their cards.
The rules are easy and quick to learn, and the scoring is simple.
As with Quiddler, this is a simple, addicting game. You can play many games in a row, many nights in a row and not get tired of it. It's easy to take on a trip, as you only need room for the deck and a discard pile. Also, the design of the cards is very aesthetically pleasing, as the jacks, queens, kings, and jokers look like characters out of a storybook and all of the cards are colorful.
If you're looking for a new game for your collection and don't want to spend $30, this is the game for you!
You play 13 hands of cards. The first hand has 3 cards dealt out and 3's are wild. You want to make either a run or a set just like in Rummy. The second hand has 4 cards dealt and 4's are wild. Of course it only takes 3 cards to make a set or run but with only 4 cards this hand will require 4 to a set or run. Fives will be the same. When you get to 6's however, you can have 3-card sets or 3-card runs, or a 3-card set and a 3-card run, or a 6-card set or run. This continues up to the last hand having 13 cards dealt and the Kings are wild, and you can make any size sets and runs as you want as long as they have at least 3 cards to them.
The game also contain jokers. So every hand has wild cards plus you can draw a joker to help you make those sets and runs. You can't lay down any sets or runs until you can lay down ALL your cards and go out, and you can't play on another's cards, only your own. You also have to discard to go out. Once someone has gone out everyone else gets one last chance to lay down cards and whatever you can't lay down gets counted against you. Jokers are worth 50 points, the others are worth face value, Jacks = 11, Queens = 12, and Kings = 13 points apiece. The person with the smallest score at the end wins.
It is a great game to take on a trip (portable/compact), and camping, and grandma's house, or have for a rainy day. It is also good for 2 players or more players.
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Played this game numerous times with friends and family, win or lose it's always fun!Published 6 hours ago by M. A. Lang
This is a fun game for most ages and will accommodate an uneven number of playersPublished 12 hours ago by CindyK
This game is so much fun to play! We were able to enjoy a wonderful New Years Eve weekend playing it with the grand-kids because my Prime Membership delivered it in two days! Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sandy H.
Play every night after dinner with the spouse. Great fun. Easy to learn. Great game.Published 2 days ago by Carmela Tate