# Shufflin’ Feet Review (RoosterFin)

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What It Is

In Shufflin' Feet, players compete to win chips by playing higher valued cards than their opponents. But on every roll of the die, a player's card can suddenly slide away to another opponent.

To play, all players take two cards from the draw pile and keep them hidden. Each card has a number on it. Players select one of their cards that they think will be the highest number played in that hand and places it face down on the playing surface. The first player rolls the die. If the roll comes up two, all players place two chips into the center. If the roll comes up three, all players place three chips into the center. Turn over the cards to see who has the highest card. That player takes all the chips from the center. However, if a Shuffle card is turned over, follow the instructions on the Shuffle card before the chip winner is determined. Instructions could be to take two chips from the player next to you. Place all used cards in a discard pile. After each hand, players draw two more cards each from the draw pile and the next player rolls the die. Play continues until one player has all of the chips.

There are other sides the die can land on that will change the gameplay. If the die lands on Chip, all players place one chip into the center. If the die lands on Slide, the roller picks left or right and all players slide the card they have played face down to the neighboring player. If the die lands on Trade, the roller gets to view one of his opponent's cards and can trade it for his own card. After any of these three scenarios, the die is passed to the left and the next player rolls.

Shufflin' Feet comes with 52 foot-shaped cards, a die, and 24 chips. It is for two to six players.

Is It Fun?

Shufflin' Feet is all about the luck of the draw and the roll of the die. Even if a player draws a good card, he never knows when he might have to give it up because of what the die says. The rules of Shufflin' Feet are easy to understand, which means you'll spend less time learning how to play and more time playing.

Who It’s For

Shufflin' Feet is for ages 8 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Shufflin' Feet is available at specialty stores in Illinois, Florida, New York, and Massachusetts and online at Amazon.com.

AT A GLANCE:

• ### Assembly & Instructions

None or Very Easy