If you are looking for a game that plays fast and keeps you
and your children on your toes, One Up is for you. To win, line
up 4 bearings of the same color. In the first round, each player
moves any 1 piece. In the second round, each player completes
2 moves. As the game progresses, the number of actions
increases, accelerating the fun and the challenge of One Up.
With 2 players, keeping up with all the moves is exciting, but
adding more players ramps up the difficulty. One Up requires
skill, flexible thinking, planning, and prioritizing—all components
of executive function.