Attributes: Reason with Shapes and their Attributes Game

The first player to run out of cards is the winner.

RULES:
For example, the deck has four cards with small circles: one green, one red, one blue and one yellow. Each figure has three attributes, color, shape, and size.



The dealer shuffles the deck and deals three cards, face-up, to each player. The next card is turned face-up in the center of the table and the remainder of the deck is placed face-down where all players can reach it. The players build a row of figures, extending to the right of the first face-up figure. Each figure differs from the one on its left in exactly one attribute.



The player to the left of the dealer is the first player. If he has a figure that differs from the one turned up by the dealer in exactly ONE attribute, he places it face-up to the right of that card and the play passes to the player to the left. That player must play a figure that differs from the one played by the last player in exactly one attribute. If a player does not have a card to play, that player takes the top card form the deck and the play passes to the left.



The first player to run out of cards is the winner.

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