We were introduced to this game by two friends who are bridge playing fanatics and enjoyed an evening playing 'Sequence' with them. It is a board game involving the use of playing cards. Withh a similar feel to 'rummy' it is a very simple game to pick up and learn but the more you play the more you realise it is also definitely a game of skill.
The advantage of the gasme is that can be played by 2, 3, 4, 6,8,9 10, or 12 players. This is because it can be for single contestants up to 3 or teams of 2,3,or 4 players in each.
The game is sturdily built and very well put together and presented in an attractive way. It would make a great present. We have bought one for ourselves and also three others to give away as presnts.
The only negative is the instruction book which comes in small print in a variety of languages with English as the last option. We overcame this by scanning in the English Section and enlarging it on the computer before printing it as a stand alone instruction.