Phase 10 Card Game Styles May Vary
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- Phase 10 is the Rummy-type card game with a twist!
- Be the first player to complete 10 varied phases with two sets of three, one run of seven, or seven cards with the same color
- Each phase is specific for each hand, meaning each player must complete one phase before advancing to the next round!
- “Wild” and “Skip” cards add excitement and deliver game-changing moments
- Phase 10 game is fun and enjoyable for the whole family! Includes 108 cards and instructions
- From the makers of UNO
- A rummy-type card game with a challenging and exciting twist
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What’s In A Phase?
A phase is a combination of cards and can be composed of sets (multiple cards of the same value), runs (multiple cards in consecutive ascending order), cards of one color, or a combination of these. Each phase to be completed is specific to each hand dealt, meaning you need to complete the current phase in order to advance to the next one. Finish all 10 and win the game.
What’s in the Box?
Includes 108 cards and instructions.
Special Action Cards
Featured in each deck are 'Wild' and 'Skip' cards that deliver game-changing moments! A 'Wild' card can be used in place of a number card, as well as be used as any color to complete any phase, while a 'Skip' card causes your opponent to lose a turn.
From the makers of UNO comes a rummy-type card game with a challenging and exciting twist! The object of the game is to be the first player to complete 10 varied phases with two sets of three, one run of seven, or seven cards with the same color. The twist is that each Phase to be completed is specific for each hand dealt. Players who complete one Phase advance to the next, but those who don't must keep trying until they do. Each deck features “Wild” and Skip” cards, which add excitement and can help you get out of a sticky situation. A “Wild” card can be used in place of a number card, as well as be used as any color to complete any phase, while a “Skip” card causes your opponent to lose a turn! Be the first person to complete all ten phases to win the game. Includes 108 cards and instructions. Colors and decorations may vary.
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Top customer reviews
Its a fun game, that requires some thinking, though not too much either - and can last for more than an hour with 4 players --- we always carry this with us on our family vacations.
The basic rules are the same. Basically, if you put down your phase, you are safe! You won't have to pay anything. But if you do not put your phase down by the time someone discards all of their cards, you have to pay the person who discarded all of their cards first in that round. We just used quarters, but it definitely made the game a lot more competitive.
Great and durable quality of the cards!
Those expecting Vegas-card quality that satisfying glide/slick coating and that facilitate easily positioned with minimal effort in your hand...THESE ARE THE FARTHEST THING FROM IT.
We even used a professional card shuffler to be sure to not munge the cards in any way. We ended just playing one game (about 10 deals) to give them a a chance to break in, before being fed up. They performance was best fresh from the box and continued to declined from that point on.
You'll find a duplicate review for the same exact reasons for the new Uno set of cards we bought too in the same order. Exact same issues.
The most confusing part is about "going out" because no where does it say you have to keep picking up a card each turn, even after you lay your phase down. But, you do.
If you are unsure about getting this, try the free iphone app. It limits the phases, but you can see how the game is played.