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This game is super simple — you build stacks of cards from 1 – 5. There are no taking turns — you just throw your cards in order (for example, 1 goes on 2. However on that 2, you can either put a 1 or a 3). Once you get to 5, you shout out Ratuki and grab the pile.  You play till you don’t have any cards anymore.  You then count out how many cards you have in your piles.  It’s really that easy.

The game is for 8 and up.  I have to agree with that.  Madison struggled with be able to play fast enough.  However, Bill and I had a blast playing it.  The hardest part for me was to yell out “Ratuki”.  I could never remember to do it.  I also love that is small enough that it is super easy to travel with.

If you want a really fun game to play, I highly recommend Ratuki!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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