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- Choose the flag, name the place... Put the card in its space!
- FAMILY CARD GAME makes learning about nations more fun.
- Up to SIX PLAYERS show what they know on every go!
- EDUCATIONAL: packs in facts about EVERY independent country.
- COMPLETE with 200 flag cards, 6 continent boards, rules and map.
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|EU Toys Safety Directive Age Warning||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision|
|Item Dimensions||22 x 3.99 x 16 cm||12 x 3.8 x 12 cm||6 x 2 x 9 cm||42.01 x 5.99 x 24 cm||40 x 5 x 26 cm||37.01 x 24.99 x 14 cm|
|Number of Players||2-9 Players||4||4||2-4 players or teams||2-6 players or teams||4|
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Flags of the World is a fun and educational card game that includes all the independent countries in the world. The game helps you learn all the flags of the world, the location of the countries and lots of other interesting information. The game contains 200 cards and a world map. Flags of the World is an interesting game that can be played everywhere!
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We have been playing this for a few weeks, and it has provided me with a fantastic party trick.
I bought this as i wished to learn more about the countries and flags of the world it has certainly helped with that. I have now become a freak and the guys at work take great pleasure in presenting me with the world's flags and my ability to name them. They also now give me a random country and my ability to describe the flag provides no end of entertainment.
In someways a simple game has elevated my social status to that of a performing seal or piano playing dog.
This game is brilliant!
If i was a child i am sure i would have learned faster, but even though i am pretty slow and dumb I can still astound my colleagues with my knowledge of places and their flags.
I don't know much about anything, but thanks to this game, I now know about places and their flags.
There is nothing like being able to recognise the flag of Burkina Faso or The Democratic Republic of Congo to impress pretty much anyone. That this game also gives you the capital cities and random facts about the countries is a singular boon.
Not only can i now identify the flag of Burundi but I can also tell you it's capital city is Bujumbura and that 94% of the population work in subsistence agriculture.
This one game has been worth more to me than than years of British education.
Buy it now, buy it for your children.
Make them masters of global knowledge.
Bizarrely, the rules were in Norwegian in a version I just bought as a Christmas gift from Amazon. The cards and map were in English. I've therefore scanned and uploaded English instructions from my set.
*Alternative rules 1*
Basically, split the deck between the four compartments of the box face up. To make it quicker/easier just use some, maybe by continent. Players take it in turn to choose a flag and say a country. If they're right they keep that card plus they can take one other. If they don't know any they choose one for another player to read the clues. The player can use the map and if they work it out they get just that card. You can also play that you get a bonus card (potentially the third card in a go) if you can say the capital. The winner is the player with the most cards once all cards have been played.
*Alternative rules 2*
This version is good for younger players. Place 5 cards flag up on the table. Players take it in turns to choose one and say a country. If they're right they keep the card, if they're wrong set it aside. Repeat until the set aside pile has 5 cards then in the next round use them. This round will be easier because the cards have recently come up. Again, reduce the deck to make it easier and the winner is the one with the most at the end. You can just ignore the clues and capitals in this version or incorporate them some how.
The game can be played many different ways or you can use the cards as flashcards.
Each card not only has a flag on one side but it has a few facts about the countries and naming the capitals as well. Each card lists the continent on the base of the card, too.
Overall, it's a great purchase for anyone who loves geography and wants their children to appreciate it, too.
We have been playing how it tells you in game one, which is each person has 4 cards and then eveyone takes a turn choosing a card from someone elses set and has to name the country, if they get it right they get to keep that card and the player whos card was chosen adds another from the extra pile to their set. The person who has won the flag card also gets a chance to win another card from the extra pile by correctly giving the capital of the country as well.
This is carried on until there is no more cards left, the winner is the person with the most cards.
The cards are in continents and you can play just one continent, or choose a mixture or do all of them.
We have stuck to doing Europe and South America at the moment to try to master these flags first.
The game has been played everyday since Christmas day and some days numerous times. I have also seen the kids swotting up on the countries trying to remember each flag.
The only problem i have with the game is that Cyprus is not put in the Europe continent but in Asia and that some of the Africa cards have Africa spelt Afrika and then someone has gone over the K with a C, but this doesn't spoil the game.
Brilliant educational game for all the family.