從手上出一張牌，將你的籌碼放到圖版上對應的空格，當5個籌碼排成一列的時候，排序成功、獲得勝利！ 想辦法防禦你的對手連線。 用點策略，再加上點幸運，你將會獲得遊戲的勝利。
Sequence遊戲板上顯示兩副標準52張啤牌的所有牌（Jack除外），以 10 x 10 圖案排列。四個角是「自由空間」(Free Space)。每名/隊玩家有屬於自己顏色的籌碼，及手持手牌，每回合打出一張手牌，並在遊戲板上的相應位置放上籌碼，當5個籌碼在遊戲板上以橫列、直行或對角排成一線，即表示成功完成一組排序(SEQUENCE)。
- 對於 2 名玩家或 2 支隊伍，只要一名玩家或隊伍比對手快完成兩組排序，便得到勝利。
- 對於 3 名玩家或 3 支隊伍，只要一名玩家或隊伍比對手快完成一組排序，便是贏家。
死卡 Dead Card
忘記取牌 Lost Card
桌上交談 Table Talk
- 2–12 Players
- 10–30 Min Playing Time
- Age: 7+
- Bilingual version – English/Spanish
Choose wisely to get 5 chips in a row. Play defense to slow your opponents down.
A classic, family Board and Card Game – play a card from your hand, place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board…when you have five in a row, it’s a SEQUENCE.
Learn to block your opponents – remove their chips. Watch out for the Jacks – THEY’RE WILD!
With a little strategy and a little luck – you’re a winner!
Sequence is a board and card game. The board shows all the cards (except for the Jacks) of two (2) standard 52-card decks, laid in a 10 x 10 pattern. The four corners are free spaces and count for all players equally.
The players compete to create rows, columns or diagonals of 5 connected checkers placed on the cards that the player has laid down. Two-eyed Jacks are wild, while one-eyed Jacks allow an opponent’s checker to be removed. The game ends when someone has reached a specified number of connections.
A connected series of five of the same colored chip either up or down, across or diagonally on the playing surface.
NOTE: There are printed chips in the four corners of the game board. All players must use them as though their color marker chip is in the corner. When using a corner, only four of your marker chips are needed to complete a Sequence. More than one player may use the same corner as part of a Sequence.
- For 2 players or 2 teams: One player or team must score TWO SEQUENCES before their opponents.
- For 3 players or 3 teams: One player or team must score ONE SEQUENCE before their opponents.
- Place the game board on a flat surface with enough room around the game board for placement of the draw deck of cards, marker chips and discards for each player.
- For 2 players or 2 teams: Team players must be evenly divided into two teams. Team members must alternate their physical positions with opponents around the playing surface.
- For 3 players or 3 teams: Team players must divide evenly into three teams. Team members must alternate their physical positions every third player around the playing surface.
- Players cut cards and lowest card deals – Aces are high. The dealer should shuffle the cards and deal out the same number of cards to each player (see table below for proper number of cards to be dealt). Be sure all members of a team use the same color marker chips.
- When two players or teams are playing, use only blue and green marker chips. Red chips are used only when there is a third player or third team.
- Joker cards are not used in the play of the Sequence game.
- Number of cards dealt each player:
- For 2 players 7 cards each
- For 3 players 6 cards each
- For 4 players 6 cards each
- For 6 players 5 cards each
- For 8 players 4 cards each
- For 9 players 4 cards each
- For 10 players 3 cards each
- For 12 players 3 cards each
Beginning with the player to the left of the dealer and moving in a clockwise direction, each player selects a card of their choice from their hand and places it face up on a discard pile (players should start their own discard pile in front of them visible to all other players) and then places one of their marker chips on the matching card on the game board. Each card is pictured twice on the game board. Jacks do not appear on the game board. A player can play on either one of the card spaces as long as it is not already covered by another marker chip. Once a marker chip has been played, it cannot be removed by an opponent except when using a one-eyed Jack as explained below.
There are 8 Jacks in the card deck. The 4 Jacks with TWO EYES are wild. To play a two-eyed Jack, place it on your discard pile and place one of your marker chips on any open space on the game board. The 4 jacks with ONE EYE are anti-wild. To play a one-eyed Jack, place it on your discard pile and remove one marker chip from the game board belonging to your opponent. That completes your turn. You cannot place one of your marker chips on that same space during this turn. You cannot remove a marker chip that is already part of a completed SEQUENCE. Once a SEQUENCE is achieved by a player or a team, it cannot be broken. You may play either one of the Jacks whenever they work best for your strategy, during your turn.
If you hold a card in your hand which does not have an open space on the game board because both spaces representing that card are covered by a marker chip, you are holding a DEAD CARD and you may turn it in for a new card. When it is your turn, place the dead card on your discard pile, announce that you are turning in a Dead Card and take a replacement card (one card per turn). You then proceed to play your normal turn.
Loss of Card
Once you have taken your turn and placed your marker chip on the game board, you must take a card from the draw deck. If you fail to take a card before the next player makes a move AND takes his/her card, you lose the right to take a card and you must finish the game with less cards than the other players – a disadvantage.
There must be no table talk or coaching team members. If a teammate says anything that alerts a fellow teammate to the fact that they are about to do something that they shouldn’t, every member of that team must forfeit one card of their choice from their hand placing it on their discard pile.
When the draw deck becomes depleted during play, all discard piles are shuffled together to create a new draw deck.
Play continues in a clockwise direction until one player or team scores the required number of SEQUENCES, at which point that player or team wins the game. If you are playing the game which requires two SEQUENCES to win, you may use any one of the spaces from your first SEQUENCE as part of your second.
Any number from 2 to 12 that is divisible by 2 or 3 can play (2,3,4,6,8,9,10, or 12). Up to 3 may play individually. More than 3 must be in teams. No more than 3 teams can play.