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Continuo Game

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Continuo Game
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Price: $7.99

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Ages: 5+
Weight: 0.4 lbs

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The aim of the game is to build chains of color from the 42 patterned cards. The longer the chains, the more points scored. Winner of Games 100 Best Game. Created by Maureen Hiron. Instructions in English/Spanish/French. For 1 to 5 players.

. A 1995 Mensa Select Award Winner.

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Good game for developing puzzle-solving skills.
I have used this game with a number of kids - each have enjoyed its simple rules and growing challenges. It teaches some geometric thinking skills as well as other math skills. It is also easy to adapt the rules to change the nature of the game or to focus on different challenges.
--Christophe from Fort Wayne, Indiana

Never fails to please
Have been playing this game for over 20 years and have always enjoyed it. Scored or played for artistic creativitity, it's fun to look at the patterns that you and your fellow players have made. Trippy!
--kathew from Illinois

A wonderful, absorbing game for visual people.
This is probably my favorite game ever. Simple rules, and if you can count and see color, you can play. Therefore, it's very egalitarian across a wide age range: I have been beaten fair and square by a five-year-old. It can be played competitively, but you do find yourself cheering when one player gets a really good score. When I played with my father (who discovered the game at Harrod's in London), part of the fun was beating the highest score either of us had yet achieved. I think we just broke 40.
--Mary from New York

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