• help - need rules to Luck Plus, from the makers of UNO

    From shelbi.stoudt@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Jun 26 15:51:22 2016
    On Saturday, January 24, 1998 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Mergle29ub wrote:
    Luck Plus with a Roolz deck carries the same problem
    that a regular card deck does--in that there are 48
    green cards, 20 yellow, 4 special-yellow, 22 red,
    6 blue and 8 white. Because the 'suits' are so long
    and the distribution is not even, playing with a Roolz
    deck would be only marginally better.

    Can't download Rools, either....got a Mac. :^)

    I may buy a deck of Roolz cards soon--John McLeod ,
    though, noted that the six colors may be almost
    indistinguishable to the color-blind---both I and my
    brother have color-deficiency problems. Don't ask
    me to take the Motor Vehicles dot test. :^)

    Also, someone here wanted the rules to Luck Plus,
    but never e-mailed me their address......are you
    still reading??? :^) I've sent you two messages,
    and I think I may have lost your e-mail address......

    William Priester Jr.
    Buffalo, NY USA

    We found a deck of Luck Plus cards when cleaning out my mom's garage. Email me at shelbi.stoudt@gmail.com if you are interested.

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  • From cindycraley@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jul 4 06:37:33 2016
    Picked the game up at a garage sale but there were no rules with it. Can anyone help? Email cindycraley@gmail.com

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  • From megamovesboardgame@gmail.com@21:1/5 to Jeremy Wonson on Sat Nov 26 13:12:55 2016
    On Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Jeremy Wonson wrote:
    My parents were cleaning out their attic and I saw a card game that was intact, except the rules were missing. It's called Luck Plus. It's
    played with three dice and cards that resemble UNO cards. The box says
    that it was made by International Games, Inc. in 1983. They owned the
    game of UNO at that time. Now Mattel owns UNO and I have had a hard
    time getting in touch with them. Any help locating the rules or a manufacturer with the rules is greatly appreciated.

    Hi Jeremy, I am the inventor of Luck Plus. To prove this go to my new board game invention web site at mega moves board game dot com and click on "other games" tab, then scroll down to video of Black Madness that was the original version of Luck Plus
    watch video to see how it is played. Don't forget the FREE APP oF Mega Moves at Apple see video on how to install and play app on mega moves web site.

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