Cinq-O Children's Game

Cinq-O Game Rules


Cinq-O Children's Game Instructions




Average Price: $10.00
Playing Time: 15 - 30 min.
Ages: 7+
Players: 1 - 6

Summary:
Cinq-O is a fun and portable dice game based mostly on chance but includes some strategy. Players of Cinq-O try to build up to 100 points by rolling the perfect high or low score. Six dice are included with your Cinq-O game so that each player has the chance to roll up to five times on their turn. After each roll, at least one die must be placed in the scoring rack.

Cinq-O is a game where you are constantly asking yourself, "should I roll just one more time?" Are you going to push your luck or get the perfect score? Cinq-O is a great game for vacations or where little space is required. Try playing Cinq-O today!

Object:
Score points by rolling closest to the perfect Hi or Lo score. The first player to 100 points is the Cinq-O winner!

Contents:
Cinq-O has 5 dice, 1 hi/lo die, a carrying case, 1 score card and the Cinq-O game rules and instructions.

Cinq-O Children's Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Cinq-O childrens rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Cinq-O.


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Team KenAna says:
06-27-2017

I have the directions but not sure what's best way to send to anyone who wants them and still keep my privacy. Any suggestions???
Team KenAna says:
06-27-2017

I've seen the game for sale on Amazon. It's bundled with an UNO card game - selling for $35 & $5 S/H - plus tax depending where you live. Ebay has it for $25 & Free S/H. I created homemade versions of the original game (we have)for family & friends who \'ve played it at our house and either can't find it or don't want to pay huge money. Here's what I did: I copied & laminated the score-card. I picked 5 red dice (any color but the typical white w/black dots - see why next step). For the Hi-Lo dice I took a white w/black dot die and used acetone to remove the black dots. Then using a sharpie wrote on each side the value (1-3 UP & 1-3 DOWN).
CT says:
04-30-2017

Replace list dice with dots ones
Josh says:
12-25-2016

Just got game for Christmas dont know how to play where can i find out to play
Brenda Reynolds says:
12-08-2016

Where can I get a replacement scorecard for this game.
Jen says:
08-07-2016

I love this game, but it is no longer available. I hope they decide to produce it again.
Britney says:
03-04-2013

So when you move a dice from the bank do u have to replace the dice u took from the bank?
John says:
04-21-2012

I found one at a garage sale, but no instructions. I guess this will be a long search...
Sue says:
07-27-2010

I've been looking for it for nearly a year. If you find it, please share!!!!
GENE says:
03-24-2010

WHERE CAN I BUY THIS GAME?
 
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