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After you finish a hand what do you do? Start over and shuffle all the cards?

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SET UP
Place one set of "A-L-I-V-E" cards (color coded) in front of each player. Set aside unused "A-L-I-V-E" cards.
Shuffle the deck.
Deal out 10 cards to each player.
Place the remainder of the deck face-down in the center of the table.
Play proceeds clockwise, starting left of dealer.
WHAT HAPPENS
Players take turns playing a card onto the discard pile.
If it is a number card, add it to the running total. If this would take the total above 21, instead of playing it, you must flip over an "A-L-I-V-E" card.
If it is a WILD card, follow the appropriate instructions.
If it is your last card, the hand is over. All other players flip over an "A-L-I-V-E" card.

DRAW: All other players must pick up 1 card from the face-down deck. Counts as 0 to the running total.

DRAW 2: All other players must pick up 2 cards from the face-down deck. Count as 0 to the runing total.

PASS ME BY: Play passes to the next player in the rotation. Count as 0 to the running total.

REVERSE: Play now proceeds in an opposite direction, left to right and vice versa. If played when only two players are left, it is treated as a PASS ME BY card. Counts as 0 to the running total.

SKIP: The next player is ignored and play proceeds to the following player. If played with only two players, the player of the card would get an immediate new turn. Counts as 0 to the running total.

=21: No matter what the total was, it is now 21. Can be played when the score is already 21, when it has no effect, but avoids a penalty.

=10: The running total is now 10.


HAND IN & RE-DEAL: All players hand their cards to the player of the card. He must shuffle all the hands, including his own and re-deal them to the players.
He does not include the face down deck or the discards. He should start dealing to his left. If new hands are unequal, bad luck. Play continues as normal, but the running total is reset to 0. If this card is the last card played from a players hand, the round is over.

BOMB: When played, all other players must immediately discard a 0. If they can't, they must flip an "A-L-I-V-E" card. Running total is reset to 0.
Note: other WILD cards with a value of 0 cannot be substituted.
WINNING
The last player with an "A-L-I-V-E" CARD face up is the winner.
ALTERNATIVE SUDDEN DEATH ENDING
As soon as one player flips all "A-L-I-V-E" cards, the game ends. The player
with the most "A-L-I-V-E" cards remaining is the winner.
If there is a tie, the tied players add the total value of the number cards
remaining in their hand. The player with the lowest total wins.
ALTERNATIVE TEAM PLAY
FOR 4 TO 6 PLAYERS. DIVIDE INTO 2 TEAMS.
Team members sit alternately around the table.
Each team uses only one set of "A-L-I-V-E" cards.
All WILD cards operate as before: For example, when playing the BOMB, your team might flip several "A-L-I-V-E" cards, if the players don't have a "0".
When a player plays his last card, the opposing team loses only one life.
Play continues as normal until a team flips all "A-L-I-V-E" cards.

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Connect to the Internet and download the latest version of iTunes from the iTunes website. http://www.apple.com/uk/itunes/download/ Plug your iPod into your computer's USB port using the USB lead provided with your iPod Shuffle. Create a name for your iPod and type it into the "Name" box in the iPod setup window that appears on your screen. Check, or leave blank depending on how you wish to manage your iPod, the check boxes next to "Automatically sync songs to my iPod" and "Enable VoiceOver" below the "Name" box on the screen. Click on the "Done" tab in the bottom right of the screen when you have finished. Leave "Automatically sync songs to my iPod" unchecked and import songs manually by clicking on the "Music" header in the left-hand column and dragging the songs you want on your iPod into your named iPod file in the left hand-column, underneath "Devices." Alternatively, click in the "Music" tab and sync your songs by checking the boxes by specific artists, playlists and genres. Click on the "Apply" button in the bottom right-hand corner once you have chosen your settings. Click on the "Sync" tab in the bottom right corner when you have selected the music you wish to add if you have decided to add songs manually. Eject your iPod by clicking on the upward-pointing arrow to the right of your iPod's symbol underneath the "Devices" header on the left-hand side of the screen once it has finished syncing. Unplug your USB lead when the "OK to Disconnect" bar has finished loading at the top of the screen. Hope it helps.

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I'm trying to find the Mad Libs Card game instructions. To be more specific, I've lost the card that details what rounds are. I don't even need the card, just to know what the 6 rounds are.


Rules and Game Play
Normally, I cover the rules in the Materials section, but in this instance I feel they are better described here.

The object of the game per the instructions is to just build sentences of varying lengths based on the round you are playing. In actuality, the object of the game is to have the most points at the end. You get points for:
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Note: to score points on this last part, the length of the sentence in your hand, must be equal to the required sentence length for that round (i.e., if a round requires two 5 word sentences to win, in order for you to score points in your hand, the words must be part of a 5 word sentence in your hand).

So, to start the game, you must shuffle all 192 cards and you must shuffle them well. Each set of 48 cards (e.g., nouns, verbs, etc.) come as one deck of cards in the set. So, in order to ensure some type of mixture, you really need to shuffle the decks a lot. I'm not a great shuffler, but I'm ok (having played Magic the Gathering, I'm used to shuffling 100 card decks). In any case, after shuffling the decks for about 5-10 minutes, we were ready to go (although not quite as enthusiastic as we were before).

Next, you must find paper and pencil/pen and write down 4 nouns, 4 verbs, 4 adverbs and 4 adjectives. These are to be used during the game if you get a 'MAD FIB' card. These are basically blank cards that you can insert one of the 15 words of your choice that you wrote down at the beginnig of the game. Once this is done, the "fun" is ready to begin.

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  1. One player is chosen to be the dealer,who shuffles the deck and deals out a hand of 10 cards
  2. one at a time and face down, to each player
  3. Players hold their 10 cards in hand, so that other players cannot see them.
  4. The remaining deck is placed face down in the center of the play area, to become the draw pile.
  5. The top card of the draw pile is turned over and placed next to the draw pile, to become the discard pile.
  6. Play begins with the player to the left of the dealer, and progresses to the left.
  7. In turn, a player draws one card-either the top card from the draw pile or the top card from the discard pile-and adds it to the player's hand.
  8. The player ends the turn by discarding one card of choice onto the discard pile.
  9. Play of the first hand begins, with each player trying to complete the first Phase of the 10 Phases. Each player can make only one Phase during the game
Go to this site for more details : http://www.centralconnector.com/GAMES/phase10.html

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