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- Solve the Mystery of the Missing Gems!
- The simplicity of the rules and the cards belies the complexity of the game
- Game can be played with 3-7 players
- GAMES Magazine Family Game Nominee 2005
- Ages 10 and up
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This game has been around since 1971, so there are multiple different releases. All the games play the same, and should afford the same fun, but the look and quality of the cards have changed through the different versions. I can only speak from my personal experience of 3 different versions. VERSION #1 is owned by my sister. It is the oldest of the 3 versions and the one we play with when we are invited to my sister's house for dinner. It has the simplest layout for the cards and we find it hard to tell the colors green and blue apart on the "Gem" cards in low to moderate lighting. We have a flashlight handy at the table for people to use to make sure of the color they are looking at. The instruction booklet is simple, but functional.Read more ›
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