Did the original sorry game have dice?

Did the original sorry game have dice?

they played as a kid in the 80’s used dice, not cards. A quick look on Wikipedia implies Sorry! has always and only ever been a card movement based game.

Why is the game called Sorry?

Originally manufactured by W.H. Storey & Co in England and now by Hasbro, Sorry! is marketed for two to four players, ages 6 and up. The game title comes from the many ways in which a player can negate the progress of another, while issuing an apologetic “Sorry!”

Can you put fire on ice in sorry?

The power-ups apply independently, but the Ice rule overrides the Fire rule and prevents the fired-up pawn from moving. The ice freezes the pawn, but also freezes the fire-token until the ice is moved.

How do you play Sorry with fire and ice?

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Can you have two pawns on the same spot in sorry?

You may jump over a pawn (yours or an opponents) that is in your path if you have sufficient movement points. However, two pawns can’t occupy the same spot on the board, so if you land on a space that contains another pawn, bump it back to it’s “START” space.

Do you have to land exactly on home in sorry?

You must bring all four of your pawns into HOME by exact count! If at any time you cannot move, you forfeit your turn. When moving along the outside track, you may not move your pawn forward beyond your own SAFETY ZONE entry.

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