Phase 10 Card Game
|MSRP : $5.97|
Sale : $5.44
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Phase 10 Card Game:
- Age Range: 7Y+
- From the makers of UNO!
- A rummy-type card game with a challenging and exciting twist!
- Be the first player to complete 10 varied Phases-two sets of three, one run of seven, seven cards of one color and more
- The twist is that each Phase to be completed is specific for each hand dealt
- Those who complete the Phase advance to the next, but those that don't must try again
Just learned the game. Enjoyed so much had to buy for myself.
Phase 10 is one of the BEST card games I've ever played before. My neighbor introduced me to it several months ago and we play this game all the time. It's a game that doesn't get old playing after a while. Lots of, lots of laughs... I think that about sums it up. I definitely recommend this game to anybody who loves card games. It's fun with just 2 people playing and it's even more fun with the whole family playing.
fun game for children and adults
The game is in English and it uses symbols. The cards are numbered 1 to 12 and there are Wild and Skip cards. Players progress through phases from 1 to 10 completing a challenge each phase. The challenges are things like a set of 4 numbers, a run of 4 and a set of 4, seven of one color... etc. Depending on the number of players (up to 6 is recommended) this could take a few hours to complete. Often we play for a set time and the person with the lowest score is the winner at the end of the time. There has only been a few times someone completed phase 10 before we quit for the night. The game says you can do this with 2 players but I found it is more fun with 3 or more. The rules are simple so children can enjoy this as well as adults at a party. Definitely worth the price.
Fun with other people
I enjoyed this game but it is a lengthy game. There are different ways to play the game to shorten it which is nice. I would recommend it.
Fun with other people
This is a great game for player of young to old ages. It's a fun way to teach and reinforce number sequence. This is why I think it could be used to start as early as five.