- Explore different animals around the world, from mammals to amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish, and even insects. Discover where they live, what they eat, and interesting information about them, while you are boosting and exercising your visual memory.
Game Objective: To be the player with the most cards after a certain period of time the players agree upon, we recommend either a 15 minutes short game or a long 30 minutes one.
Setting the Game: Place all the cards in the game box facing one side, and the sand clock with the dice on the playing table.
Gameplay: each player rolls the dice, and the one with the biggest number starts.
- The player randomly takes a card from the box, but before looking at the picture side, the next player turns the sand clock over, at once the player starts studying the card until all the sand is done and passes the card to the next player.
- The next player turns the card to the questions’ side and hides the picture side, the player rolls the dice and the number that the dice will end up, will be the number of the question the player will be asked, the next player asks the question and inverts the sand clock again, so the player has 20 seconds to recall the card picture and answers.
- If correct the player keeps the card. If incorrect, the card is back to the game box and the next player pulls a card.
End of Game: when the assigned time is over (15- 30 Minutes) the player with the most cards wins.
Remember all the answers for the questions are on the picture side of the card, so look carefully!
Ps. Questions asking about an object to the right or left of the card, referring to the right or left of the player.
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