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Funnybone Toys Spirot - An Art Sequencing Card Game With a Dash Of Pixels and a Splash Of Color - By
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- An Art Sequencing Card Game With a Dash Of Pixels and a Splash Of Color
- Stack your Spirot Cards onto the corresponding photographic Board Cards and create rows of sequences to win points. A sequence consists of 3 cards in a row that have one of four combinations. First player to 5 points wins.
- Box Contains: 81 Spirot Cards 9 Board Cards
- By Funnybone Toys, creators of Disruptus, Arazzles Under the Sea, Spectrix, Array, Funnybones Game, Anaxi, Spectracube, Spirot Game, Juxtabo, Cubu, Melvyn and Simon Collage Memory Game. And don’t forget Rolli the self-inking stamp rollers for fun and creativity!
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Funnybone Toys was created in 2011 to provide products that are a true combination of form, function, and beautiful, minimalist design. One of our favorite elements of design is color, so color reigns supreme in every one of our products. We launched Funnybone Muse in 2013, allowing us to offer other items that inspire us, that are outside the toy and game category. Every product that comes out of our design studio will show our company’s commitment to beautiful, minimalist design.
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Of the five games that I received from Funnybone Games, Spirot is my absolute favorite. Although recommended for kids ages 6 and older, my four-year-old daughter is already getting quite good at the game. She and I play a few rounds a few times a week. My family and I also like having family game time a few nights a week after dinner, and Spirot is our favorite game to play together. The game again requires a combination of thinking skills and luck. My preschooler often sees color and pixel sequences before I do! I look forward to sharing this art sequencing game with my two kiddos for many years to come.
I received a copy of Spirot in exchange for my honest opinion.