The diplodocus is clearly heavier than the tyrannosaurus, but what about the brachiosaurus? I imagine that the stegosaurus is lighter than those three, but does it weigh less than a wooly mammoth? In Cardline Dinosaurs, these are the kind of questions you'll be faced with each time you want to place one of your cards. There's only one goal here - to be the first one to correctly play all of your cards.
How to Play
1. Deal cards to each player with the information side down. And don't peek at that side!
2. Place one card information side up to use as a starting point in your line. Place the remainder of the cards to the side as a draw pile.
3. Select which attribute will be used for play - i.e. weight or length.
4. Each player takes a turn placing a card in the line attempting to get it in the correct order. For example, the first player will need to determine if their dinosaur card falls before or after the starting card based on the selected attribute. The second player will need to determine if their card falls before, after, or inbetween the cards in the line. And so on, sliding the line of cards as needed to make new ones fit.
5. If a card is placed out of order then it is discarded and the player selects a new card from the draw pile.
6. A player wins when they are the first to run out of cards.