Sequence dice board game Instructions

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A family board game for 1 to 4 players aged 8+

GAME OBJECTIVE
Player impersonates a master thief who tries to steal a "jolly jewel" from an oriental palace (theme inspired from hollywood classic The Thief of Baghdag). First player who goes back to his base with a jewel wins.

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VIDEO DEMOs (two kids playing full round) : -

GAME COMPONENTS
- The basic LEGO green plate (as found in Minotaurus) represents the city's ground level.
Buildings (or city blocks) are represented by 3 levels of bricks : red (1st floor), green (2nd floor) and white (3rd floor).

- City blocks are independent from one another (see picture 4). City blocks can be set any way you want. So the configuration possibilities are almost endless. Players can decide to always play on the same configuration. Alternatively, players can decide to re-arrange the city configuration when starting a new game.

- The central tower holds the jewels (one for each player color).

- The guardian is symbolized by a trident. Player-thieves are represented by the regular minifigs found in LEGO range of board games (Hogwarts, Minotaurus, etc).

GAMEPLAY
Find your way through the city maze in order to reach the central tower where precious jewels are held. You must return safely to your base with your jewel, without getting caught by the guard.

You will depart from your base (four bases, located at every angle of the board) and reach the city palace (central tower) by performing an action, as decided by the dice roll.

ACTIONS
- GO UP : Player moves minifig from one floor UP to next floor.
- GO DOWN : Player moves minifig from one floor DOWN to next floor.
- GO THROUGH : Player goes through a wall (similar to using a secret passage or magic
power allowing to cross the walls).
- JUMP : Player jumps over empty spaces.
- SWORD : Symbol of the Guard. Player can’t move. Instead, player moves guard in any direction. Guard moves are limited to one city block. Guards can go up, down or through, but only within a block radius of their starting position. This way, active player (A) can threaten another player (B) by placing the guard closer to position of player B.
- SMILEY : Player does whichever move he/she wants : go up, go down, go through, jump or move the guard.

When player has reached the central tower, he/she takes the corresponding jewel (blue for blue player, red for red player, etc) and places it on top of minifig. The same rules apply on the way back to base.


Yes you'll need a medical release

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And it needs to be notarized. leave your kids med/vax records in case they're needed. stock the fridge with snacks and easy prep food/dinners then leave 150-200 for whatever. leave specific instructions for that money though. Is it okay to take the kids out for a movie with some of it? don't spend it on a board game or something? only use in emergency?

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FAQ

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Who invented the Sequence board game?

Sequence the board and card game was invented by Michael Reuter over a 2 year period in the 1970's from Minneapolis Minnesota. Mr Reuter originally had not intended to market his creation but had his mind changed due to a friend of his.

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