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  • How to play the game Everest
  • Maria Eckersley
  • Family ReunionFHEMutualSt. Patrick's DaySt. Patrick's Party

How to play the game Everest

How to play the game Everest

After all the these games of luck it's good to toss in a little mental math to mix thing up. This game is simple and fast-moving so it's a good fit for our St. Patrick's Party.

Supplies:

  • Tokens (12 for each player)
  • 3 dice for each player

Objective:

  • To be the player/team to fill up all the spaces on their boards

Rules:

  • Once a token is placed, it cannot be moved
  • Players can play in teams and use each other's dice

Play:

Each player in turn throws three dice and crosses off any values on their paper, using either row and in any order they wish according to the values thrown.  A player may use combinations of dice values or the value of a single die, but each number rolled may only be used once.  For example, if a player has rolled 2, 3, 5, they may cross off any of the following sets of numbers on their paper:

  • (A) 2, 3, 5
  • (B) 5, 5 (2 + 3 and 5)
  • (C) 2, 8 (2 and 5 + 3)
  • (D) 3, 7 (3 and 2 + 5)
  • (E) 10 (2 + 3 + 5)

The player who crosses off all twelve numbers first, wins the game. If playing in teams, they must cross off all 24 numbers to win.

 

To find the full party instructions, invitations and decorations in my shop, click here.

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