AMIGO Take 5: Two Games in One – U.S. Version of 6 Nimmt! with Take A Number (X Nimmt!) Included, Yellow/Red
AMIGO Take 5: Two Games in One – U.S. Version of 6 Nimmt! with Take A Number (X Nimmt!) Included, Yellow/Red  AMIGO Take 5: Two Games in One – U.S. Version of 6 Nimmt! with Take A Number (X Nimmt!) Included, Yellow/Red  AMIGO Take 5: Two Games in One – U.S. Version of 6 Nimmt! with Take A Number (X Nimmt!) Included, Yellow/Red 

AMIGO Take 5: Two Games in One – U.S. Version of 6 Nimmt! with Take A Number (X Nimmt!) Included, Yellow/Red


  • Manufacturer : Amigo
  • Part Number : AMI18415
  • Product Dimensions : 5 x 2.25 x 6.75 inches
  • Weight : 360.04
  • Brand : AMIGO
  • Product Code: AMIGO
  • Availability: In Stock (5 Available)
  • $23.98



  • AGES: 8+ | 2-10 PLAYERS
  • TWO GAMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE: Includes two complete games – “Take 5” is the same as the German game “6 Nimmt!” AND “Take a Number “ is the same as “X Nimmt!”
  • TIME-TESTED GAMEPLAY: Highly-rated strategy games for 20+ years
  • FUN FOR ALL AGES: Perfect for children, adults, parties, and families
  • HOW TO PLAY: Secretly pick a card from your hand, then play it on one of four rows following two rules: your card must be higher than the last card in a row, and played next to the last card that's closest in number. If you play the sixth card, you take that row and all the points in it. That's when the game earns its name, as you're forced to "take five" cards. Take a Number is a stand-alone game with advanced rules that builds on the basic edition to create an extreme “take” experience: the number of cards in each row varies, you can create your own row, and add cards back into your hand.
  • INCLUDES: 104 “Take 5” Cards, 100 “Take a Number” Cards, 7 Row Cards, Illustrated Instructions for both games
  • EASY TO LEARN: Brief how-to-play videos available online

With just two rules for how to play your cards, These internationally-recognized strategy card games are easy to learn, have remarkable turnarounds, and plenty of chances to wreak extreme havoc on your fellow players. Secretly pick a card from your hand, then play it on one of four rows. here are the two rules: your card must be higher than the last card in a row, and it has to be played next to the last card that's closest in Number. If you play the sixth card in a row, you take that row. . . . And all the points in it. That's when the game earns its name, as you're forced to "take five" Cards. take a number is a stand-alone game with advanced rules that builds on the basic edition to create an extreme “take” experience: the number of cards in each row varies, you'll get the chance to create your own row, and you can add cards back into your hand. Take 5 is the same as the German game 6 Nimmt! And take a number is the same as X Nimmt! .