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Celine F. published the 01/12/2020 following an order made on 11/11/2020
2 ways to play : -an illustrated side, to find and assemble both parts of each animal -a numbered side to teach and entertain young and old! From 2 to 4 players. Contains 28 giant cardboard dominoes (dims 13 x 6,5 cm / 5.1 x 2.6 in). Delivered in a suitcase with magnetic lid and fabric handle. Rules of the game : each player receives 5 dominoes. The remaining dominoes are reserved for the stack. To start the game, take a domino from the draw pile, flip it over and place it in the centre of the table. The youngest player starts. Simply arrange the dominoes one after the other, so that the animal head matches up its body. Whenever players cannot play a domino, they take one from the stack and can play again if the domino selected is playable. When there are no dominoes left in the stack, the player loses his turn. The first player who manages to place all of his or her dominoes is declared the winner. Remark : When playing with the dominoes animal side up, if no player can place a domino when the draw pile is empty, the game is then said to be blocked. The player who has the fewest dominoes in his or her hand shall be declared the winner. When playing with the dominoes number side up, if the game is blocked, then the player who holds the fewest remaining points is awarded those of the other player.
First word themed dominos game comprised of 28 wooden pieces (beech). Ideal for helping your child familiarise themselves with first words, this association game, with pictures on one side and figures on the other, has been designed to stimulate and encourage them in their progress. While having fun, they will progress in learning language and developing their alertness. Includes a wooden box for very handy storage. From 2 to 4 players. Dimensions of the pieces : 9 x 4,5 x 0,6 cm (3.5 x 1.8 x 0.2 in.). Rules of the game in French, English, German, German, Spanish and Italian.