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- 2 to 5 players
- Playing time: about 15 minutes
- 51 cards
- High gloss graphics
- Made in the USA
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However, this is not a game that's good with only two or three players - you need four or five to have any challenge. And it's also not a game that's good with older players. I think the 6+ age rating is well off, a better age rating would probably be from age 4 - 6, with maybe some seven year olds who were unfamiliar with card games, or as a filler game played once in a while rather than very often. (Indeed, my two nieces ask for it often, but they're aged 3 and 5!)
There's nothing wrong with that, it's good to have games for younger children, but if you're buying this game for a kid in the second or third grade, you need to pick something else that'll hold their interest better. Try Sleeping Queens or Rat-a-tat-cat instead. Or, if you like the "slapping cards" mechanism, go for a a game like Bugs, Beans, and Birds.
I've rated this at 5 stars *for the correct age group*.
Players (there are enough cards for 5 players) all pick a cat card from their hand, place it face down on the table, and, when everyone is finished, all, simultaneously yell "pounce", turn their cat card over, and put their paws on the room that matches their chosen cat. The first player to successfully identify the correct room gets that room card.
There's also one card showing Bruno the Dog. The player who holds that card (a different player gets it each round) can, once all cat cards are placed, put Bruno on any room, taking that room out of play for that round. Once a room card is won, it is placed, face-up in front of the winning player. The first to collect four of the same room card, or four different room cards, wins.
Designed by Roberto Fraga for Gamewright, this simple game is surprisingly deep for a kids' game. Easy to learn. Fun to play.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this specifically for the young age, and while the 6-year-old enjoyed it, I think the adults had the most fun! We tweaked the rules a little as we played (i.e. Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by Jen Estes (YA Author)
My daughter and I enjoy card games, but we do not enjoy this one! It's so simplistic that a 3-year-old could play...which would be fine if the box said it was for 3-year-olds. Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by P. Lee