7ate9 contains 73 cards. Each has a large yellow number (1-10) and a small one in the corner indicating +/- 1, 2 or 3. A card is laid to start the central pile, then the rest of the cards are dealt out. Players race to add the next card to the center pile. As an example, a card with a large yellow 5 and a 2 in its corner could be covered by a 3 or a 7 card (which is 5, plus or minus 2). The first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner.
Excellent for a school night, 7 ate 9 is a fun and exciting game which is quick - ends in 5 or less minutes! Kids have fun while doing math!
DICETOWER REVIEW - 7ATE9 from 2:45 into the video (The edition currently sold has no metal tin.)
BOARDGAME FAMILY REVIEWS - 7 ATE 9 from 3:23 into the video.
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