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- Race in a head-to-head competition with Blink , the lightning-fast card game!
- Using sharp eyes and fast hands, 2 players try to match the shape, count, or color on their cards to either one of two discard piles
- Play all the cards from your draw pile to win the game!
- Colorfully designed cards have large symbols that range from moons to triangles to stars, making it easy for anyone to play. Watch as your reflexes and response time improves round after round
- Includes 60 symbol cards and instructions
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Blink is the game of fast matching and sharp observation! Without taking turns, two players race one another to see who can match the shape, color, or count on their cards to either one of two discard piles. The first person to play all the cards from their draw pile wins.
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Colorfully designed cards have large symbols that range from moons to triangles to stars, making it easy for anyone to play. For instance, a card with four yellow stars could be played on any card with yellow (color), or on a card with stars (shape), or on a card with four symbols (count).
Blink is the lightning-fast game where two players race head-to-head to be the first to play all of their cards! Using sharp eyes and fast hands, players quickly try to match the shape, count or color on the cards. For instance, a card with four yellow stars could be played on any card with yellow (color), or on a card with stars (shape), or on a card with four symbols (count). Don’t be fooled by the games’ simplicity—your hand and eye coordination will be put to the test! The first player who can rid themselves of all their cards wins. Fast and portable, Blink game is instant fun for everyone! Includes 1 Blink card game with instructions. Colors and decorations may vary.
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I like the game play. It's a great short game. I use it for the end of my math tutoring sessions.
New print quality on the left (terrible). Original game on the right. You can see the clarity difference. What the heck? In this day and age, make a solid print quality!
Game play is 5 stars!
Card and box quality is about a 2.
Pros: Very versatile. You can make your own rules and game play. Not limited to # of people or their cognitive level (We've played with kids to adults) Teaches critical thinking and problem solving. NO READING ABILITY NEEDED.
Con: Cards are poorly made. Thin, not well coated, bend to easily. This is all weird since the basic game is a speed game and you are rough with the cards.
Let me give a little background. I have a special needs 16 year old daughter (intellectually disabled, ADHD) and a very smart (too smart even) 6 year old son. I like taking games with us when we go out so they aren't on electronics the whole time. We really like Spot It (which never gets old) but I was looking to change it up. This game looked like a lot of fun but after watching the game play video I thought it wasn't going to work (Plus I needed more than 2 people). I decided to try it and see what we could do. Well it has been a COMPLETE HIT!!!
Here are some of the variations we play:
Round Robin - Any level of player or number of people. Can be scored.
Everyone gets 3 cards, go in order around the table. Place as many of your 3 cards in your turn.. State the reason they are placing the card (matches color, shape, or number). This prepares them for the regular game play later. My daughter is amazingly good at the game but has a hard time saying why she is placing the card where she is. We help her name the reason. Draw back up to 3 at end of play Scoring: Either give someone a point every time they use all cards in a round or for every card played. There is a different strategy based on scoring type but it is subtle.
"World record game" - I am not sure why my son calls it that. It's more like Battle Royal or complete insanity. Place all of the cards face up and not over lapping on the table and then flip 2 discard cards to play off of.. 3, 2, 1 - Play as fast as you can. Can be played with 1 or more people. No scoring really.
Solitaire: Play by yourself. 3 cards in your hand and 2 discard piles. If you get caught then just add an additional card till you can play one.
The cards are 'Kem-Cards' so they will hold up to little hands with...whatever sticky thing is on her hands.
Age 3½ is appropriate to start her on, she loves her new cards :)