Sequence: Sand Castle (Windows)

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Sequence: Sand Castle is a game to develop strategy thinking. The idea of the game is to place 5 chips of the same color in one line (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) which is what is called a 'sequence'.

Two players take turns in placing chips on the board. Each player uses chips of specific color. The first player to create two sequences with the same color chips is the winner.

During the game, the player holds several cards with images matching the ones on the board and the player's chips can only be placed over the images included into player's hand. A black card is used for removing one chip from any place on the board unless it is a part of existing sequence. A yellow card is considered "Wild" and allows to place a chip anywhere on the board except for the corner spots. Corner spots are wild and are automatically counted towards any color sequence including them.

There are 2 additional game modes to play: Story and Survival. Survival allows a player to collect as many sequences as possible and Story mode opens part of the Sand Island map with every additional winning game.


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Emil Brahmetov (11) added Sequence: Sand Castle (Windows) on Aug 07, 2008