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Spot it! Party is the expanded party edition of the smash hit card game. Experience the ultimate Spot it! session with all new ways to play, big twists and even bigger challenges! For large gatherings and game nights, Spot it! Party guarantees hours of fast, frenzied fun for everyone.
Spot it! Party is played with 55 cards that are each decorated with 8 symbols. There are over 50 symbols in all. All Spot it! games are centered on this mind boggling concept: between any two cards in the deck, there is always going to be one (and only one!) matching symbol. Players race to be the first to spot the match. It sounds simple, but with different sizes and orientations, a match is easily hidden in the array. Plus the cards are constantly changing. Soon as you are about to call a match, it's sometimes too late! Add this to the fact that you are racing feverishly against your opponents and it's the perfect recipe for an adrenaline pumping, uproarious and all around ruckus-raising party game.The cards in Spot it! Party have a brand new set of random and quirky symbols, such as a gnome, a plunger, and headphones. If seasoned players are too quick to spot the symbols in the original Spot it!, the Party edition will surely level the playing field.
Along with playing cards, the game box contains eight card holders and a Hand Mascot, a totem of the character in the game's logo. Spot it! Party lets players choose from six individual mini-games with separate rules and objectives. In some, players try to collect cards, in others they race to get ride of them. Favorites like The Tower get a big twist with the introduction of the Hand Mascot. In addition to match making, players have to keep their eyes peeled for their chance to steal or pass the Hand Mascot—it can make or break a win. New mini-games called The Race, Dynamite, and Double Frenzy involve the card holders and take the game to the next level, testing players' memory and multi-tasking skills.
The best thing about Spot it! is that it appeals to virtually everyone. All you need is a sharp eye and a fast hand to play! The games are a cinch to learn and quick to set up. There’s no waiting turns; everyone actively plays at the same time so the energy is electric the entire game. Spot it! Party was designed to offer more content and supercharge player interaction for large gatherings and occasions. Unlike the original game, Spot it! Party is for a slightly older group of ages 10 and up. With more games to play, there are hours of fun to be had and the whole evening will fly by! Everyone will have their favorite and you’re bound to hear “just one more game!”
55 Cards, 8 card holders, the Hand Mascot, tray, and illustrated rules.
Ages 10 to Adult / 2 to 8 Players
This product arrived quickly and as shown in the photo. I use this game at home and school. It is a quick game to play.Published 2 months ago by ks
We had a great time with this game with my daughter and 10-year-old granddaughter. It was great that she beat her Mom and me for our first three games. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jean L. Laird
This is a great family game, fun for both kids and adults. We have 4 girls ages 3, 6, 8, & 10 years old, and they all enjoy playing this game. Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Fox
I had never heard of this game before. I was looking for something fun for our daughter who is in college. She enjoys games like set. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kim D.
We love the way this game can be used and adapted to different sized groups and different ages. Adults can play with little ones and all can have a good time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. S. Canion
Spot It! is a fun game. Fast to learn, easy to play...and it can be exciting to try as fast as you can to find a match. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Dillon
Boys 5,7,9 all enjoy it. A little quick for my 5 year old, but he still enjoys it. We never use the hand or holders as part of the game, but the cards are fun.Published 6 months ago by Tim Konrad