Ideal 4-Way Countdown Game
The first player to flip up all 10 keys on his/her side of the 4-Way CountDown game board wins the game.
Players lay down all 10 keys on their sides of the 4-Way CountDown unit.
Players each roll one die to determine who goes first. Player with the highest roll will begin the game. Play then moves to the left.
Example 1: If a player rolls a 2 and a 4 on the dice, she/he has the following options:
Add: 2 + 4 = 6. Player may flip up the 6 key
Subtract: 4-2 = 6. Player may flip up the 2 key
Multiply: 4x2 = 8. Player may flip up the 8 key
Divide: 4 divided by 2 = 2. Player may flip up the 2 key.
Add: 5 + 3 = 8. Player may flip up the 8 key
Subtract: 5-3 = 2. Player may flip up the 2 key
Roll Double 6: If a player rolls a double six she/he must flip all of his keys back down and start over.
Roll An 11: If a player rolls a 6 and a 5 it may be counted as a 1 (using the subtraction option) OR as an 11. If counted as an 11, the player may take any opponent of their choice flip all of their keys back down and make them start over.