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THE GOAL OF THE GAME

The first player to get rid of their cards wins the game.

Disclaimer:

We know instructions can be boring,

So we did some big headlines and put some candies as an eye treat.

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Setting Up

Divide the entire deck so that each player has the same number of cards. Place the cards facing down in front of each player.

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And Now For The Actual Game...

The Course of the Game

  • Each player draws a card from their deck and places it facing up in the middle of the table.

  • When placing the card, the player must say the correct number corresponding with the count of the game - counting from 1 to 13.

  • When reaching 13 the count resets to 1.

For examplePlayer A draws the '5' card and starts the count at 1. Then Player B draws a '7' and says the number 2 out loud.

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Don't worry you are almost done reading,

Keep Going!

The Basic Rules

If one of the following happens,

slam your hand as fast as you can on the pile:

  • Two cards in a row have the same number on them.

  • When a player draws a card with the same number as the count at their turn.

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The next round will start with the player who has lost the last round.

Candy Cards

Each Candy Card's rule applies beginning with the next player's turn until another Candy Card of the same color is drawn.

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Green Candy Card - From now on, the count is silent!

Blue Candy Card - Reverse the counting order!

For example: If Player A drew a blue card and the count was at 12, at their turn Player B would say 11 instead of 13.

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Yellow Candy Card - Turn the direction of play backwards!

For example: If Player A, Player B, and Player C are playing in that order and Player B draws a Yellow Candy Card, the next turn will be Player A instead of C, and the turns will have now switched direction.

Red Candy Card - Begin counting by 2's!

For example: If Player A draws a Red Candy Card and the count is at 3 - Player B will count  5, then 7, and so on.

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Just choose the rules you want to play with and add the corresponding cards.

 

The more rules you add to the deck, the harder the game is.

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You are at the very end of it!

One more type of card and that is it!

Jack's Cards

The hardest rule of all.

Made for those who master the game.

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How does it work

Jack's Cards switch the roles of the card marked '5' and the one marked '11'.

Meaning, if a player draws Jack's Card marked '5' and the count is now at 11, the players must place their hands on top of the pile, and vice versa.

You finished reading the basics!

Now for more details:

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Making Mistakes

If a player has made a mistake:

  • Said the wrong number out loud.

  • Put their hand down on the pile when they weren’t supposed to.

That player must pick up all the drawn cards in the middle. Only the first person to make a mistake in the current round must take the pile to themselves.

A piece of advice

Whenever you see other players placing their hands on the pile, place yours as well! you have nothing to lose, as only the first one to make a mistake loses the round.

The Law of Shame

 Once every other player has placed their hand on the pile but the loser, the law of shame kicks in!
All players must keep their hands on the pile and wait until the loser places their hand on top. Thus, acknowledging his loss and appeasing the law of shame. 

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