|A game of Sorry! Revenge in progress. Blue just tried to make|
Yellow Sorry! with his Sorry! card, but Yellow decided to not
be Sorry! with his Don't Be Sorry! card. Go Yellow!
|A picture of the different Sorry! Revenge cards|
Action cards are cards that change the rules just a little bit. One action card reverses the order of play. A few of the action cards are slide cards that set the value of the stack at their value (I guess these are supposed to represent the slide spaces on the Sorry! board) so if you played a slide 10 card on a stack with a value of 17 the stack's new value would be 10. There are other types of actions cards but I think you get the picture. And finally, there are the Sorry! cards. One flips an opponent's pawn from home position back to start, one lets you flip a pawn instead of the player who just made the stack reach 21, and the third (which is called Don't Be Sorry!) lets you cancel any Sorry! card just played on you.
Earlier, I said the game doesn't feel like Sorry! and I still feel that it doesn't capture the feel of the board game at all. Plus the name of the game doesn't fit the play as very little revenge actually takes place during the playing of the game. But since both of these 'complaints' have nothing to do with the actual funness of the game, I would still recommend that you give it a try. If you are like us, you will enjoy playing it. If you are looking for a more portable game of Sorry! though, I would not get this game.