Objective of the game: to have the greatest number of families.
Rules of the game: The youngest player starts. We play clockwise. Deal 8 cards to each player. The rest of the cards constitute the draw pile. The players "tidy up" their game, they put together the cards of the same family. Then the first player calls out an animal in a specific family to the player of his choice (he must already have at least one card from this family). For example, he asks for "the rhinoceros" in the "Africa" family. Either the questioned player has this card and gives it. In this case, the first player plays again. He asks the player of his choice for another card. Either the interviewed player does not have the requested card, and the first player draws a card. Then it's up to the next player to ask any player for a card, and so on. When a player has successfully combined 6 cards from the same family, he says "family" and puts the 6 cards in front of him. He can immediately replay and request a new card.
End of the game: The game ends when all the families have been assembled.
|Language||English , French|
|Mechanism :||Card Game|
|Length :||15 minutes|
|Number of player :||2 to 6 players|
|Age :||6 years old and over|
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