How to Play:
Flip out for this colorful card game of back-to-back excitement! Switch, swap, and flip cards in order to get at least four-of-a-kind in a row. Sounds easy, but the cards in your hand are not necessarily your own! Every card is double-sided, so anyone can take and use any card in sight. Collect the most cards and, no matter how you look at it, you win!
About this Game:
Just when we thought we had played every type of card game, along comes this one that literally flips everything inside out! Between the double-sided cards, the clever varieties of actions, and the easy-to-learn rules, this game has the perfect combination of elements that makes for hours of family fun. FlipOut, the game where there really are two sides to everything!
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Download instructions HERE!
- Recommended Ages: 8 and up
- Players: 2 to 5
- Playing time: About 15 minutes
- No reading required
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Susanna - Stafford, TX
LOVE this game! played for the first time tonight with 5 people. you need 4,5 or 6 of the same color in a row(consecutive).These can be from your hand (facing you) or from someone else's hand (you see only the backside of theirs). The cards are mixed - some are same color on both sides and some aren't! You get 2 moves (scoring is a move and can be first or last - was usually last for us but you may see a score in your hand then try to mess things up for the next person for instance) the moves are to turn a card around(yours or someone else's), exchange a singe card from your hand to someone else's(each of you see the same side of the card after the switch no turning the carsd around), swap a consecutive pair from your hand with a consecutive pair from someone else's), move a card's position within the same rack (so it'll be in or out of consecutive order depending on your strategy), and score.when you score you show the cards then put in your stack for scoring- if you pull the cards to score from someone else's hand/rack then you give them one card and you keep the rest.Fun game and there's a couple of videos on youtube - the game inventor I think has one and seems like it's called Patchwork.