Kazink Children's Game

Kazink Game Rules

Kazink Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $17.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 7+
Players: 2 - 4

Kazink will keep your hand busy as you try to stop your opponents from getting three rows of three kings. Game play is similar to Sequence due to using cards from your hand to place chips on the board.

Kazink is an interesting game because you have two things to worry about: stopping your opponent and placing the right moves to win yourself. Kazink is easy to learn how to play so give it a try with your friends and family today!

For 2 or 3 players: The first player to complete two "crowned" rows of stacking chips of one color. For 4 players (2 teams): The first team to complete three "crowned' rows of stacking chips of one color.

Kazink comes with the Kazink game board, playing cards, 36 yellow chips, 36 blue chips, 36 red chips and the Kazink board game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Kazink rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Kazink.

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Sherry says:

Can you use a double move card on spaces stacked with more than color but yours are on top
George says:

How high can you go if some one blocks you? In order to get the three needed to crown or is that space done with?
David Riley says:

I could not find a rule about.. wjat if a person forget to draw a card ... I suggest they are not allowed to draw at any time..tjey must play next time from the two cards in their hand and then draw 2 cards to get back to 3.
Debbie says:

How high can you go if someone blocks u! To get the three you need to king it
Marty says:

how many cards are people dealt to start the game?
Rodney says:

can you show a picture of a winning board for two teams, three "crowned" rows of stacking chips of one color.
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