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Fuchs und Hase
Fuchs und Hase
by MeterMorphosen (2019)
Player Count
1 to 99

Player Ages

Playing Time
20 minutes
  • Animals
  • Educational
  • Designers
  • Antje Damm
  • Artists
  • Antje Damm
  • Rating: 7/10 from 1 users


    Title translates to "Fox and Hare" and is a children's game about finding matching surfaces.

    —user summary

    24 cards with differently shaped cut-outs are to be completed with colors or surfaces found in your surroundings – whether those are your home, the town, or outside on the playground. All cards are printed on both sides: On the one side the fox is looking for his favorites, on the other side it's the hare waiting for his belongings to be completed. It's up to the players to color a pair of boots green or to find a soft surface to make a pillow.

    —description from the publisher

    In this game the players search for surfaces. The game plays very well alone, but you can also play it with several other players.

    If you play in pairs, one can be the fox and the other the hare. Which of the two will find the most suitable surfaces in his environment? You always alternate between the two and try to find as many surfaces as possible in each picture. Each surface is a point. Whoever has the most points wins.

    If there are several players, the cards are placed in the middle as a stack. Each player may draw one card per turn and must then find a suitable surface for both fox and hare. If he succeeds, he may keep the card. If not, he must place the card on a new pile next to the card pile. If the pile is used up, the player with the most cards wins.

    —description from the rulebook (translated)

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