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Add'em Up 2

Add'em Up 2

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Published by Joshua Paul
an exciting and fun to play math skills game. similar to dominoes and scrabble. includes rules on how to play. for 2 to 6 people. uses addition, subtraction.
an exciting and fun to play math skills game. similar to dominoes and scrabble. includes rules on how to play. for 2 to 6 people. uses addition, subtraction.

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Published by: Joshua Paul on Apr 22, 2009
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Add'em Up
 
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Rules
1. The game starts with 60 dice in a unplayed dice pile, a dice play area, a pen anda piece of paper for scoring.2. Players take turns clockwise taking 6 dice from the pile and rolling.3. To play players must get a sequence that uses at least 3 dice. If the playerdoesn't get a sequence that uses at least 3 dice then all 6 dice are returned to thepile and their turn is over.4. A sequence is a series of numbers in increasing or decreasing order. Example ofa sequence in increasing order 1 2 3 4 5 6, and a decreasing sequence 6 5 4 3 2 1.5. Dice can only be played in sequence.6. The first player who gets at least 3 dice in a sequence, positions the dice in se-quence in the play area in a row or a column. Any dice not used in the first se-quence are returned to the pile. The sum of the dice in the sequence becomesopening score of the first player.7. Players continue to take turns clockwise taking 6 dice from the pile and rolling.8. Players score points by building rows and columns on existing rows and col-umns of dice in the play area.9. A row can be built on a column, as long as it is not touching another row.10. A column be built on a row, as long as it is not touching another column.11. If the player can't create or extend a row or a column using at least one of thenew dice AND a least one of the existing dice in the play area AND in a sequenceof at least 3 dice, then all 6 dice are returned to the pile and the player's turn isover.12. If the player can create or extend a row or a column using at least one of thenew dice AND a least one of the existing dice in the play area AND in a sequenceof at least 3 dice, then the dice are put sequence by sequence into position and thesum of each sequence the player is able to make with the 6 dice gets added se-quence by sequence to their score.13. A player that uses all 6 dice in a single turn has the option of taking an add-tional die from the pile and rolling it. If the player can't create or extend a row or acolumn using the one new die AND a least two of the existing dice in the play areaAND in a sequence of at least 3 dice, then the value of the die is subtracted fromthe player's score. However, if the player can create or extend a row or a columnusing the one new die AND a least two of the existing dice in the play area ANDwhich has a sequence of at least 3 dice, then the die is put into position and thesum of the sequence the player is able to make with the additional die gets addedto the player's score.14. The game is over when all the dice in the unplayed dice pile have been played.15. The player with the highest score when the game is over wins.
Players
2+
Ages
4+
Pieces
60+ six sided dice
Winning
Get the highestscore before all the diceare gone by making nu-meric sequences like 1 23 4 5 6
FAQ
Q
can dice be played diago-nally?
 A 
no, dice can only beplayed horizontally or verti-cally 
Q
what happens to dice thatI can't play?
 A 
dice that are not playedare returned to the un-played dice pile
Q
do I get bonus for usingall my dice in a single turn?
 A 
yes - if a player uses alltheir dice they get to choose whether or not to role onemore dice. If they can play itthen they add the points totheir score. If they can't play it then the value of the die issubtracted from their score.
Q
what if I have no scoreand I can't play any of my dice?
 A 
then your turn is over

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