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## FROZEN2 6-IN-1

2PLAYERS~4PLAYERS｜10MIN~20MIN

### GAME CONTENTS

MEMORY MATCH CARDS X 36

CHECKERS X 24

DICE X 1

PAWNS X 4

RUMMY CARD DECK X 1

GO FISH CARD DECK X 1

DOMINOES X 28

GAME HOUSE X 1

## FIRST GAME: CHECKERS

FOR 2PLAYERS

CONTENTS

:CHECKERS

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

:Capture all of your opponent's checkers or position

pieces so your opponent has no available moves

### Set up

-position the board so each opponent has a dark colored square on their bottom left

-One player takes all 12 light colored checkers, the other takes the 12 dark colored checkers.

-Arrange all 12 checkers, one on each dark spot in the first 3 rows of the gameboard,

beginning with the row closest to each player.

-Basic movement is one space forward, diagonally

### Let's play

The player with the darkest colored checkers goes first.

Determine who gets those checkers with the toss of a coin

- If your opponent's checker is on a foward diagonal next to one of

your own checkers, and the space beyond that checker is empty,

then your checker must jump your opponent's checker and land on the dark space beyond

-Remove (capture) your opponent's checker from the board.

If more than one capture is possible, it must be made, choosing whichever path is preferred. Your checker must continue to jump until there are no more jumps available.

-When your checker reaches a dark spot on the first row on your opponent's side of the board, it is crowned (place another checker on top of the one on the board to distinguish) and becomes a king. your turn ends there

- A King can move one space backward or forward, diagonally. The King, too, must take all available jumps. In each jump, the King can only jump over one opposing piece at a time, and it must land on the dark space just beyond the captured piece.

-The King cannot move multiple spaces before or after jumping a piece.

-Kings may be jumped and captured by ‘regular’ checkers.

### To WIN

: Capture all of your opponent’s checkers or position pieces so your opponent has no available moves.

## SECOND GAME : MEMORY MATCH

FOR 2-4 PLAYERS

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

-Be the player with the most matches after all of the cards have been turned over.

CONTENTS

:MEMORY MATCH CARDS X 36

### Set up

-Shuffle the cards and lay them all facedown on a flat surface.

### LET's play

-The youngest player goes first. Play moves left.

-Player 1, turn any 2 cards faceup.

-If they match you keep both cards.

- Continue for as long as you keep finding identical pairs.

- If you turn over 2 cards that are not identical, place them both facedown again in their same positions.

-Play moves left to Player 2.

-Continue taking turns trying to find identical pairs.

-The game ends when all pairs have been found.

### To win

:Be the player with the most matches after all of the cards have been turned over.

## THIRD GAME: SNAKES AND LADDERS

FOR 2~4 PLAYERS

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

-Be the first player to land on the 36 square by exact count.

CONTENTS: PAWNS X 4, DICE, GAME HOUSE X 1

### SET UP

-Give a pawn to each player

### LET's play

-Toss a coin to determine who goes first. Play then moves in turn order.

-Player 1, toss the die and move your pawn the number of spaces shown (in number order)

-If your pawn lands on a square at the bottom of a snowflake stream, move your pawn up to the space at the other end of the snowflake stream (i.e., if you land on 4, you move all the way to space 19).

- If your pawn lands on the leaf at the top of a leaf trail, the pawn moves down to the square where the leaf trail ends. So, if you land on 22, you move back to 17.

-If you land on a square in the middle or top of a snowflake stream or the bottom of a leaf trail, just stay put.

-If a 6 is rolled, you get an extra turn. First, move the piece forward six squares and then roll again. If you land on any snowflake streams or leaf trails, follow the instructions for snowflake streams and leaf trails to take your extra turn. As long as you keep rolling sixes, you can keep moving.

-Players keep tossing the die and moving spaces.

-The first person to reach the 36 square wins BUT, if they roll too high, their piece “bounces” back. For example, if a piece is on square 33 and the player rolls a four, they move the game piece to 36 (3 moves), then “bounce” back 1, to 35. If square 35 is the top of a leaf trail, move down the leaf trail.

-The game is won only by rolling the exact number needed to land on the 36 square.

### TO WIN

:Be the first player to land on the 36 square by exact count.

## FOURTH GAME: DOMINOES

FOR 2~4 PLAYERS

CONTENTS: DOMINOES X 28

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

-Be the first player to lay down all of your dominoes.

### SET UP

-Place all of the dominoes facedown on the table and move them around to mix them up.

-Have each player pick 7 dominoes without looking!

-When playing with 3 or 4 players, each player draws 5 dominoes.

-Each player can now look at their dominoes without showing the other players

- Dominoes remaining on the table are a "pile." Move the pile to one side or to the center for play.

-Lay doubles at a right angle to all other dominoes, allowing them to be connected in four directions.

-Each player plays only one domino per turn

### LET's play

-The youngest player goes first. Play moves to the right.

-Player 1, lay the first domino in the center of the table faceup.

-Player 2, place a matching domino next to the first domino.

-If you don’t have a matching domino, you must pick a domino from the pile. Keep picking up (and keeping) dominoes from the pile until you get a playable one.

-If there are no more playable dominoes in the whole pile, play moves on to the next player.

-Play continues in turn order until one player lays down their last domino.

### TO WIN

Be the first player to lay down all of your dominoes

## FIFTH GAME: Rummy

FOR 2~4 PLAYERS

CONTENTS: RUMMY CARD DECK X 1

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

-Be the first player to score 25 points

### SET UP

-Have the dealer shuffle the cards and give one card at a time to each player, facedown, beginning with the player to their left.

- With 2 players, each person gets 10 cards

-With 3 or 4 players, each receives 7 cards

-Place the remaining cards facedown on the table creating a draw pile

-Have the dealer turn the top card over and place it next to the draw pile, creating a discard pile.

### LET's play

-The youngest player goes first and play moves left.

-Player 1, take a card from the draw pile or the top face up card in the discard pile

- If you take a card from the discard pile, you must use it during this turn.

-Once a set is formed are then laid faceup on the table.

-Your turn ends when you discard a card.

-Play continues until all sets are laid on the set, that set may be played upon.

-The first player to run out of cards wins the hand and scores one point for each card left in the other player’s

### TO WIN

Be the first player to score 25 points

## SIXTH GAME: GO FISH

FOR 2~4 PLAYERS

CONTENTS: GO FISH CARD X 1

### OBJECT OF THE GAME

-Win the most sets of four cards

### SET UP

-Shuffle the cards

-Deal 5 cards face down to each player

-If playing with only 2 players, deal 7 cards to each

-Place the remaining cards in a draw pile face down between everyone

-The player asking for a card must already hold at least one card of the requested rank (so if a player asks for a 7, they must already hold at least one 7 in their hand).

-When you get four cards of the same rank, put them down next to you.

### LET's play

-The player to the left of the dealer goes first. Toss a coin to determine the dealer.

-Player 1, ask any other player for a card.

- If the player asked has cards of the requested rank, they must give all of them to you.

-For example, if you ask for 6s and they hold three 6s, they must give you all three.

- You then get another turn

-You now ask any player (even the one you just asked) for another card.

-If the person asked does not have any of the cards asked for, they say, "Go Fish!"

-You then draw a card from the top of the pile. If it is the card you had asked for, show it to the other players, put it in your hand, and take another turn.

-If it is not a card of the requested rank, don’t show it, but keep it in your hand and your turn ends.

-It is now the turn of the person who said, "Go Fish!

### TO WIN

: Win the most sets of four cards

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