To play Skippity, randomly lay out one hundred tokens on the game board, then remove the tokens from the four central squares. On a turn, a player takes any token and “skips” at least one other token the way they would in checkers. Any token can jump any other token, as long as they jump in a straight line. You can do double, triple, even quadruple jumps. Any token you jump over, you capture (just like in checkers).
The game ends when no more jumps can be made. Players then compare their sets of tokens, with each set of five differently-colored tokens counting as a set. The player with the most sets wins, with the tiebreaker being the number of tokens captured which are not in sets but left over.
Easy How to Play Video: Skippity Demo
Download Manufacturer’s Easy Instructions in a .pdf file: Skippity Rules & How to Play
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