The assassination of J.F.K, the witch hunt, the last Crusade... Can you place all these events correctly on the timeline?
The players all receive the same number of cards representing different events. On the back of each card is a date.
A card drawn at random from the remaining cards is placed in the center of the table, date side up. It constitutes the starting point of a chronological line which will be gradually completed by the players.
The first player chooses one of his cards. If he thinks that the event of his card took place before that of the initial card, he places his card to the left of the latter. If he considers that his event took place after, he places his card to the right of the initial card.
The player's card is then turned over, date side up. If he's right, she stays put. Otherwise, he discards his card and must draw another to replace it.
The game continues clockwise. The more cards placed, the more difficult it is to place new ones without making a mistake!
If at the end of a turn, only one player has no more cards, the latter wins the game.