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Sorry Board Game Game Rules
n this new game, the objective still stays the same in which you try to be the first player to get all of your colored pawns into the HOME circle. However, there are only three pawns this time instead of four, and there is now a FIRE and ICE card. FIRE card is a benefit to you, in which you place the Fire ring around on of your pawns and at the beginning of your turn, you may move that pawn to the end of the board before taking your real turn. If you gain the ICE card, you place the Ice ring around an opponent's pawn and s/he may not move that pawn until another ice card is drawn, thus removing it from their pawn and placing it on another opponent.
The FIRE and ICE cards offer a little more of a challenge and a lot more excitement to an otherwise repetitive game. Sorry! Fire and Ice is a 2-4 player game and takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.
The Fire rings are placed on one of YOUR pawns so that when your next turn comes up on EVERY TURN you have the fire ring, you can move that pawn to the closest fire sign on the board, giving you a swift move for free. Then you continue with your regular turn. The Ice rings are placed on an OPPONENTS pawn, to prevent them from moving.
If you draw another ice card, you have to ice a different pawn, you cannot leave it on that pawn. And if you draw the fire card, you put that fire card on another pawn, but do not touch the iced pawn. If your opponent has the fire you still cannot touch the fire pawn unless you draw another fire card, you must put the ice on a different pawn
Whomever draws the fire card is the one who gets to place it on his or her pawn. It is a numbered card that is specified when drawn.
Pick the card that gets your pawns out of the starting area, and then get ready to challenge your opponents in this game of sweet revenge. This Sorry game includes special fire and ice power-up tokens that give your pawns more powers against other players.
The Ice token freezes a pawn in place and doesn't allow you to move it until the ice token is moved to another player's pawn.
The Fire token lets you move much more quickly around the board.
Other differences from original Sorry!:
1) A player can move a pawn out of the Start space with any number card except 4 (in the original game, only 1, 2, and Sorry cards could be used to leave the Start space). Players also only have 3 pawns instead of 4 like in the original Sorry!
3) The 2 card no longer entitles the player to draw another card (instead they get to place the "Fire" token).
4) The Sorry card can be used to advance 4 spaces when no pawn can be bumped (either player drawing Sorry has no pawns in Home, or there are no opponent pawns on the main track).
gameboard, 12 Sorry! Pawns, 44 cards, 2 power-up tokens and instructions.