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Monkey Memory
Monkey Memory
by AMIGO, Playroom Entertainment, Staupe Spiele, Educa Korea (2000)
Player Count
2 to 9

Player Ages
5+

Playing Time
10 minutes
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Memory
  • Designers
  • Reinhard Staupe
  • Mechanisms
  • Memory
  • Artists
  • Oliver Freudenreich
  • Design Edge
  • Family
  • Animals: Apes / Monkeys
  • Rating: 0/10 from 0 users

    Description

    Where's the coconut? Excellent speed memory game, made for kids but will beat adults. There are two sets of cards showing ten objects, a camera, a ball, a coconut etc. Select 7 objects, lay one deck out for all to see, shuffle the other deck and draw one randomly and hide it. Then deal the remaining six cards face up very quickly and cover the last with your hand. Players must now determine which card was removed. Think it's easy? No it's not! And to make it harder, simply add another picture to the mix, then another.

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