If you mix Sequence with a little addition and subtraction action, what do you get? Sequence Numbers! The game plays like Sequence, but the board is covered with the numbers 1-30 instead of card faces. The card deck is made up of cards with addition and subtraction problems whose sums match the numbers on the board. Each player is dealt a hand of cards and receives a pile of chips in one color. Players then take turns playing cards and placing chips on a space on the board that features the answer (sum) of the addition or subtraction problem on the card played. Even children just learning their addition and subtraction facts can play, aided by the color-coded cards and board which narrow down the possible answers. Plus and Minus cards add another fun twist; Plus cards are wild and Minus cards allow players to remove a chip from the board. If you like Sequence but wish it was more educational, or if you are looking for a math game everyone will enjoy, try Sequence Numbers. For 2-6 players.