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Mattel Games Skip-Bo Card Game
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- Skip-bo is the ultimate sequencing card game
- Players use skill and strategy to create sequencing stacks of cards in ascending order (2,3,4. )
- The skip-bo “wild" cards add extra twists to keep the game interesting and help you beat your opponents
- The first player to use all the cards in their personal stockpile wins
- Includes 162 cards and instructions
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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.
What’s in the box?
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.
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Why is it missing two stars? Because this is the new version and the card appearances are confusing. I don't know why they changed the back of the cards from the classic look, but the backs of the cards (which all say "skip-bo") look remarkably similar to the front of the "skip-bo" wild card. If you look at the picture, you can see that the card under the "12" is the "skip-bo" wild card, and it looks too different from the numbered cards so it often gets confused for a card that has been accidentally turned over. I would say this is a minor complaint, but EVERY SINGLE PERSON who has played with us has struggled with this aspect of the game. A friend found a classic version of the game at a flea market and we all rejoiced because we could play without the skip-bo card confusion. Like I said, a minor inconvenience, but an inconvenience nonetheless.