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My son is also colour blind but he has no problem playing this game. I guess it depends how severe the colour blindness is. It's lots of pictures so I don't think colour is too important. My son can tell the difference in colours
but doesn't see them as we would. It really is a great game and young and old enjoy it. I… see more
My son is also colour blind but he has no problem playing this game. I guess it depends how severe the colour blindness is. It's lots of pictures so I don't think colour is too important. My son can tell the difference in colours
but doesn't see them as we would. It really is a great game and young and old enjoy it. I highly recommend it. see less

By Mrs T E Evans on 29 October 2014
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It's a card game with 8 symbols on each card. There's 55 cards and always only one symbol shared between any two cards. It's basically about spotting that matching symbol , that's the basic concept. There are variations of the game you can play. Spot the matching symbol to your card from the pile in the middle first an… see more It's a card game with 8 symbols on each card. There's 55 cards and always only one symbol shared between any two cards. It's basically about spotting that matching symbol , that's the basic concept. There are variations of the game you can play. Spot the matching symbol to your card from the pile in the middle first and so claim the card. Who has most cards wins or do it in reverse - spot matching symbol and place your card in centre pile so first one with no cards left wins etc. hope that helps see less
By Alison L. on 01 August 2014
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up to 4 players.
By Splash And Relax on 09 October 2015 SELLER
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There are only pictures. There is a picture of a ying and yang symbol, bird, hand, ghost, pencil, lips, no entry sign, snowflake, to name but a few. (the sizes of the pictures are the only thing that differs). The children have to find the same picture on their card as the top card. They have to call out the picture … see more There are only pictures. There is a picture of a ying and yang symbol, bird, hand, ghost, pencil, lips, no entry sign, snowflake, to name but a few. (the sizes of the pictures are the only thing that differs). The children have to find the same picture on their card as the top card. They have to call out the picture name to get the top card. That card then becomes their new card and a new top card is revealed. There will always be a picture on the childrens card that will be the same on the top card. It's very fast paced. I have started to use this game at the end of my speech and language groups (year 2 - 6) and they loved it. It was great to see a child with selective mutism shouting out answers because he wanted to win!! Hope this helps. see less
By sue bradbury on 26 December 2015
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Hi Janes
Yes that would be suitable as the age range is 6+ years.
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Hi Janes
Yes that would be suitable as the age range is 6+ years.
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By Splash And Relax on 01 October 2015 SELLER
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Its good for 2, 3 and 4 players
By gadgetsville on 06 June 2015 SELLER
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I think probably more suited for 5y and older.
By LG on 27 March 2015
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Sorry, no, there are no french instructions.
By mrs mave richings on 18 March 2015
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It's a very simple concept. There are lots of different images on the cards. There is a pile of cards in the centre. Each person also has a card in front of them. As soon as play starts, everyone looks at their card to find an image that is on both their own and the one in the centre. The first person to name the matc… see more It's a very simple concept. There are lots of different images on the cards. There is a pile of cards in the centre. Each person also has a card in front of them. As soon as play starts, everyone looks at their card to find an image that is on both their own and the one in the centre. The first person to name the matching image eg "HEART!" takes the centre card. Then do the same with the next card in centre. The person with the most cards at the end is the winner. It's very very funny. For some reason 4 year olds can play, and if you are not an active participant it's a piece of cake, but when you are in the game you often just can't see the matching images. Something strange seems to happen to your brain in the heat of the moment - I think it's the tension and speed of play.
We played this at friends' recently to great success, and all ages can complete fairly. I'm buying a few for Christmas presents, and for myself. Highly recommend. see less

By D M on 10 December 2014
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