Organ Attack Adapted for the Classroom

Players- 2-7

Playing time- 15 minutes

Type- Elimination

Age- 7+

Need- 1 deck of cards

Object- Last player remaining

Learning time- 2 minutes

How to play:

1) Separate all the Jacks, Queens, Kings and Jokers and pass them out face up.
* Make sure each player has the same number of cards; discard any extras.

2) From the deck, pass out 4 cards to each player.

3) On your turn, play one card to attack and then take another card from the deck.

4) If a card is eliminated, flip it over, but keep it in front of the player.

5) Continue until only one player remains.

Attacking:
Attack Jacks using A's, 2's or 3's.
Attack Queens using 4's, 5's or 6's.
Attack Kings using 7's, 8's or 9's.
Attack any card using 10's.

Attack strength:
A's to 9's require 2 attacks to eliminate Jacks, Queens and Kings.
A's to 9's require 4 attacks to eliminate Jokers.
10's require 1 attack to eliminate Jacks, Queens and Kings.
10's require 2 attacks to eliminate Jokers.

Blocking:
Use the same numbered card attacking you to block. Discard both the attack and block cards.
You can also remove numbered cards from your Jacks, Queens, Kings and Jokers later, but it counts as your turn.
*On your turn, play an attack card first before replenishing your hand back to 4 cards.

Reviving:
Use a 10 to revive an eliminated Jack, Queen, King or Joker back into the game.

For example:

Playing a 5 on a Queen is one attack.

Another player can play a 6 on that same Queen to eliminate it.

But if that player also has a 6, the attack is blocked.

Another 4, 5 or 6 is needed to eliminate that Queen from play.

After eliminated, that player can use a 10 to revive the Queen back into play.

The Queen is restored.

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