Take 5 from Amigo Games is for ages 8 and up along with 2-10 players. You may have to take five cards, but you only need to know two rules to earn the lowest score. Secretly pick a card from your hand, then play it on one of four rows. Here are the two rules: Your card must be higher than the last card in a row, and it has to be played next to the last card that’s closest in number. If you play the sixth card in a row, you take that row...and all the points in it. That’s when the game earns its name: you’ll take five cards, and you’ll wince as you take cards worth five points. Take a Number is a stand-alone game with advanced rules that build on the basic edition to create an extreme “Take” experience.
Each box contains 104 linen-finish take 5 cards, 107 linen-finish take a number of cards, and 2 illustrated instruction guides.
My Opinion: This is a very interesting game as you have to use your brain and the object is to have the least amount of points.
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