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I would like to know what are the Game Play Rules for Sorry Fire and Ice Game Play. How do you acquire token for fire and Ice. at what point do you Remove them What is strategy with token?


this link might help you:
Sorry Board Game Game Rules

or this:

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.


or this:

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).
Contents: gameboard, 12 Sorry! Pawns, 44 cards, 2 power-up tokens and instructions.

Jan 02, 2015 | Parker Sorry Game

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Simple rummy rules


Playing Rummy game is too easy, you just need to know the 3 simple steps:
1. Sort the cards into meld
2. Pick cards, and discard your cards
3. Place the show. ( Sets are 3 or 4 cards of the same number)
Face cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) are worth 10 points
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Jun 28, 2014 | Toys

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We dont know how to play the sorry spin I need instructions


Hi Monica:
The goal is to get all four of your pawns around the board and into your home space. You move around the board by drawing cards and following the instructions on the card. If you land on the same space as another player's pawn, you send it back to start.

The main difference in Sorry Spin is that the board is made up of 5 gears (a large center gear and 4 smaller home gears) and sometimes you draw a card or land on a space with allows you to "spin" the gears 1/4 of the way around. Doing this may move you closer to your home gear or send another player right past their home, making them go all the way around again.

Here is the instructional guide: GAMES/SORRY.html

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Jun 16, 2011 | Hasbro Sorry Spin Game

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What are the rules for sorry revenge


Setup:

Place the Big Red Pawn (BRP) in the center of the table. Everyone gets on home board and 4 pawns of the same color. Distribute the Quick Rules Cards and then shuffle the deck and deal 5 cards to each player. The remaining cards go in the center as the draw pile. Turn the top card of the draw pile face up next to the pile to start the discard.


Play:

Once everyone has their cards, turn the BRP on and when directed, tap it once to determine who starts the game. On your turn you will either play a card or tap the BRP.


Card play options:

Play 1 card on the discard pile, same color as the top card.

Play any number of cards on the discard pile that are in ascending numerical sequence These cards do not need to color match.

Play a wild card.

If you can play on the discard pile, you must play. You cannot voluntarily tap the BRP


Wild Cards:

Slide card- the slide card allows you to play any amount of numbered cards from your hand which match the color of the slide card. The slide card does not need to match the current face-up card. If you cannot play at least one matching numbered card, you may not play the slide card. The exception is if the slide card is the last card in your hand, in which case you may play it, and the person to the left must follow the slide card rules, if possible.

Safety zone card- May be played on any color, but ends your turn. The following player may play any color on top of it.

Sorry! card-May be played on any card. After playing the Sorry! card, select any other player to tap the BRP. After they have followed the BRP's order, turn passes to their left.


Special Cards:

Special card rules are printed on the cards.

1-When playing a sequence, you may choose to play a 1 on top of a 12.

2-If the 2 is the last card played by you, you may choose to take another turn.

4 and 10- If either the 4 or the 10 is your last card played, turn order reverses. In 2 player games, the 4 and 10 act as a "skip" card, skipping the opponent.

11-If the 11 is your last card played, you may choose to swap hands with any player.


Tapping the BRP:

If you cannot play at least one card, you must tap the BRP. If you are selected by a player playing the Sorry! card, you must tap the BRP. To tap the BRP, simply press down on the top, and listen for his orders, which you must follow. They may include drawing cards, giving cards away, taking cards from others, etc. If you must tap the BRP on your own turn, due to not being able to play a card, you may make any legal play with cards resulting from the BRP's order before the run passes to the next player.

Going home: To move a pawn home, you must empty your hand of cards. When you do so, place one pawn on your home board and draw a new hand of five cards. The winner is the first person to place all four of their pawns on their home board.


Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_play_sorry_card_revenge#ixzz1NmMqv0HG

May 29, 2011 | Toys

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Have board game parcheesi but no instructions can you help?


Instructions
    • 1 Place four groups of pieces, or pawns, on their respective color circles at each corner of the board. The first player rolls the dice. When the dice has a five, or the two die combine to make five, the player can move one of his pawns out of his circle.
    • 2 Move pawns in a counterclockwise direction. You can only move your pawns on the purple and light blue squares in this game.
    • 3 Roll again if you roll a double. However, rolling doubles a third time forfeits the turn and the pawn furthest along the board must be moved back to the starting circle. Rolling a double when all the player's pawns are out of the starting circle is a "double bonus" and allows the player to move by both the tops and bottoms of the dice.
    • 4 Count each die separately. For instance, if a 2 and a 3 are rolled, the player can move one pawn two spaces and another pawn three spaces. If the same pawn is moved, it is not a total of five spaces moved, but two and then three; if another player's pawns are on a square two or three spaces ahead, the player cannot move.
    • 5 "Bop" the other player if you land on a square occupied by another player by exact count; the other player then must start again. It also allows you to move your pawn other 20 squares.
    • 6 Complete a circuit around the board in order to enter your pawn into the corresponding color home row. You can only reach the center square by an exact count. You then earn ten extra points that another pawn can use.
    • 7 Get all four pawns into their corresponding color finishing squares to win the game.
Tips & Warnings
  • Each square in the main ring and in the home rows can only have none, one or two pawns on it. The two pawns must be of the same color.
  • Purple squares are safety squares. A safety square cannot be occupied by two opposing pawns. One pawn on a safety square does not create a blockade, so other colors can pass by it.
  • Two same-colored pawns on a space form a blockade, or barrier. A blockade cannot be passed by any other pawn , even one of the same color. A blockade cannot be moved together. (This rule only affects doubles.) A blockade must open when the player rolls a six.




May 22, 2011 | Toys

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I need sorry spin instructions on how to play the game


Hi Tammy:
The goal is to get all four of your pawns around the board and into your home space. You move around the board by drawing cards and following the instructions on the card. If you land on the same space as another player's pawn, you send it back to start.

The main difference in Sorry Spin is that the board is made up of 5 gears (a large center gear and 4 smaller home gears) and sometimes you draw a card or land on a space with allows you to "spin" the gears 1/4 of the way around. Doing this may move you closer to your home gear or send another player right past their home, making them go all the way around again.

Here is the instructional guide: GAMES/SORRY.html

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Jan 02, 2011 | Hasbro Sorry Spin Game

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I DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW TO PLAY THE GAME


The goal is to get all four of your pawns around the board and into your home space. You move around the board by drawing cards and following the instructions on the card. If you land on the same space as another player's pawn, you send it back to start.

The main difference in Sorry Spin is that the board is made up of 5 gears (a large center gear and 4 smaller home gears) and sometimes you draw a card or land on a space with allows you to "spin" the gears 1/4 of the way around. Doing this may move you closer to your home gear or send another player right past their home, making them go all the way around again.

Here is the instructional guide: GAMES/SORRY.html

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Dec 26, 2010 | Hasbro Sorry Spin Game

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How do you play sorry spin?


Hi Cindy:
The goal is to get all four of your pawns around the board and into your home space. You move around the board by drawing cards and following the instructions on the card. If you land on the same space as another player's pawn, you send it back to start.

The main difference in Sorry Spin is that the board is made up of 5 gears (a large center gear and 4 smaller home gears) and sometimes you draw a card or land on a space with allows you to "spin" the gears 1/4 of the way around. Doing this may move you closer to your home gear or send another player right past their home, making them go all the way around again.

Here is the instructional guide: GAMES/SORRY.html

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Dec 26, 2010 | Hasbro Sorry Spin Game

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The screen goes blank, wii emits buzzing noise.


refrain from playing for a few days.

its what you call a black screen of death. it will keep happening until your wii stops if you dont refrain from playing for a while and obey the health/safety rules (sometimes the wiis pass becuase the health/safety rules hide the bsod) [health/safety rules: take a ten - minute break every hour.] BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR WII IT IS VERY FRAGILE IF IT GETS A BSOD!!!!!!! {fragile=easily damaged INTERNALLY}

Feb 17, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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