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# 00000 - 1983 Luck Plus game IGI $19.95
                 Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1983 Luck Plus game IGI $17.55
                 Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1983 Luck Plus game IGI $15.95
                 Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Luck Plus game
©1983, IGI
Ages: 7 to Adult
Players: 2 to 8
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Game Contents
108 Game cards
4 Go #1 cards
4 Go #2 cards
4 Go #3 cards
4 Go #4 cards
4 Go #5 cards
4 Go #6 cards
4 Go #7 cards
4 Go #8 cards
4 Go #9 cards
4 Go #10 cards
4 Go #11 cards
4 Go #12 cards
2 Stop #1 cards
2 Stop #2 cards
2 Stop #3 cards
2 Stop #4 cards
2 Stop #5 cards
2 Stop #6 cards
2 Stop #7 cards
2 Stop #8 cards
2 Stop #9 cards
2 Stop #10 cards
1 Stop #11 card
1 Stop #12 card
1 Transfer #1 card
1 Transfer #2 card
1 Transfer #3 card
1 Transfer #4 card
2 Transfer #5 cards
2 Transfer #6 cards
2 Transfer #7 cards
2 Transfer #8 cards
2 Transfer #9 cards
2 Transfer #10 cards
2 Transfer #11 cards
2 Transfer #12 cards
1 Transfer Plus #1 card
1 Transfer Plus #2 card
1 Transfer Plus #3 card
1 Transfer Plus #4 card
6 Doubles cards
8 Luck Plus cards
2 Standard 6-sided dice
Rules
Related games
See 1980s games
See Card games
See IGI games
See Number games
DESCRIPTION - from the game
The object of Luck Plus is to be the first player to eliminate all of
your cards by matching cards and dice. Each player is dealt 8 cards
face up. The remaining cards are stacked face down in the center of
the table to form the draw pile. The top card of the draw pile is
turned face up and placed next to the draw pile to form the match
pile. Each player will then try to get rid of as many cards as
possible by matching the numbers on the cards with the numbers
on the dice they roll. There’s a bit more to it than that, but you’ll
have to see the rules to get the whole picture.
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