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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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ThinkFun's Swish is a fast-paced card game that challenges players to flex their mental muscles as they try to out-Swish their competitors. Designed to challenge spatial intelligence, Swish is easy to learn and addictively fun for players eight years and older. Get ready to stretch your mental noodle with this engaging card game.
Swish's 60 transparent cards challenge spatial-recognition skills with a fun, competitive game. View larger.
Swish is a thinking game designed to accommodate a variety of skill levels so that adults and kids can play together. To play, players examine 16 cards laid out on a table and try to create more matches than their competitors to win. Matches are created by stacking two or more cards on top of one another so that a colored hoop matches up with the same color ball on a different card. When you make a match, you keep the cards. When all the cards are claimed, the player with the most cards wins.
This fast-paced game's visually appealing graphic elements keep players engaged throughout the action. The brightly colored hoops and balls are printed on transparent cards that can be stacked to form multiple matches in a single turn. Use your spatial-recognition skills to see matches, even if you would need to rotate or flip the card to make the match work.
The rules for play allow for each player to participate at a level appropriate to their ability, so players eight and older can play Swish together. The instructions include tips to make the game easier or harder.
60 transparent Swish cards and carrying bag.
This is a fun and quick game to play.
That will really work for many kids, such as my nephew who likes thinking games - especially visual oriented ones - but who is very much into competition.
The object is to stack between 2 and 12 cards so that each colored ball fits through a hoop of the same color.
Everyone I ask to play this game with has never said no and they never failed to have fun too, which is great for parties.Published 18 days ago by Joseph C. Westerman
This looked like a great game - unfortunately, if your child is orange/green colorblind, he or she will be completely unable to play and very frustrated. Read morePublished 25 days ago by nta
Great game to play on long days of swim meets or brain break for home school between subjects.Published 1 month ago by Tim Mather
Bought this game for a 15 year old. That was last summer, and I've just recently sat down to play it with her for the first time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Packard
A really fun game. Different from Set as you have to think in more dimensions. I got it for my brother as a gift and his family loves it, as did I when we played together on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Hueftle
I play this game with my cousin quite often and we both really like it. The play is slow at first as you get used to looking for the "swishes" and get used to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Exercise Queen
My girls (8 and 10) love this game. The 10 year old is a lot better at it, but the 8 year old is picking it up. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mamatusi