FLINCH, Now it's back, and better than ever!
Generation upon generation have enjoyed Flinch since it was first introduced back in 1903.
Now it's back, and better than ever, bringing with it fond memories of great fun. All you have to do to win is get rid of the 10 cards in your Stockpile.
Flinch is the seemingly simple but surprisingly difficult card game in which players attempt to discard from their stockpiles of 10 cards by playing them in numerical sequence (when possible). Sure, it sounds like a round of this could be over in minutes, but it never turns out that way.
"Flinch is still a great family game even though there is no technology involved. Playing it with my grandchildren is as much fun as it was with my children 30 years ago. It is educational (learning numbers sequences forward and backward) for a fairly broad range of ages and it is simple but challenging." Reviewer: R. Taylor
In Flinch all you have to do is get rid of the 10 cards in your stockpile. You'll do this by playing them in numerical sequence onto the play piles in the center of the table. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
Contents of Flinch:
3 Decks (144 cards total, numbered 1-15)
5 Flinch variations
History of Flinch