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7 Ate 9 By Out of the Box Review and Giveaway

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Hi Neighbors!

Here is another super fun game from Out of the Box.  The children really had fun playing and yes, it does get a little noisy.  It is designed for ages 8 and up, with 2-4 players.  It is called 7 Ate 9.This game can get pretty fast paced, so make sure you know your simple math.  First you deal out the whole deck, and place one card face up in the center.  When the dealer says "Go!", you start play.  Each card has one large number, and then a smaller number, with a + and - sign beside it.  You need to play a card that equals the sum of the equation.  Such as, if the card had a large 5, and the top says + or - 2, you need to play either a 3 or a 7.  Play continues until someone is out of cards.  You have to be fast, because each play of the card changes which card you can play.  You must be quick thinking.

This is a game we have already played over and over again.  Definitely would make a good gift.  We have a game night once a week, and this is fun and easy to play.  If you have a family that likes games, be sure to add 7 Ate 9 to your shopping list.  Out of the Box is a great place to shop for fun family games.

The winner of this giveaway will receive a copy of 7 Ate 9 from Out of the Box.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive the game 7 Ate 9.  All quotes are from the Out of the Box email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Gerri said…
I think Word on the Street sounds fun

Kim said…
I won a giveaway for Word on the Street Junior for my grandchildren for Christmas.
scottsgal said…
word on the street would be fun!
msboatgal at
Karla S said…
I would like the Shake n Take game.
ksceviour at hotmail dot com
rubynreba said…
Run Wild sounds fun.
andrea v said…
I also like bug out
Anja M. said…
Shake 'N Take sounds fun.

anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com
Tammy D said…
Bug put sounds like a good game for my boys! dalleykt at live dot ca
Tammy D said…
*Bug out* sorry!
dalleykt @ live dot ca
degood said…
I think word on the street sounds like fin.
Sassy said…
My choice would be the Faux.Cabulary game
sassysasha817 at gmail dot com

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