- 60 Cards
- 4 Reference Cards
- Illustrated Rules
Object of the Game
Players race to compare two cards: one showing a question (see Symbol Guide), and the other showing a group of animals from which players search for the answer.
Be the first to shout out the answer to the question to win a card as a point! the first player to reach 8 points wins the game.
Shuffle the cards and place them in a draw pile with the symbol side up, in the middle of all players. place the reference cards in a location where they are easily visible to all players.
The youngest player flips over the top card of the draw pile and places it so that everyone can compare the animals of the flipped card to the symbols of the card now on top of the draw pile.
Players then race to find the answer to the question (see Symbol Guide).
The first player to call out the correct animal wins the flipped card as a point. the top card of the draw pile is then flipped, and the game continues with a new question.
Note: if a player calls out the wrong animal, they may not participate until the next round. unless playing a variation, players may use the reference cards at any time.
Both symbols combine to form a question:
Which animal is the shortest?
Which animal is the longest?
@i3 Which animal is the lightest?
@i4 Which animal is the heaviest?
@i5 Which animal has the shortest lifespan?
Which animal has the longest lifespan?
Which animal is the slowest?
Which animal is the fastest?
Note: Weights, lengths, and lifespans in the game are based on the average values for adult animals of the species listed. Speeds are based on average maximum speeds.
End of the Game
The first player to collect 8 points wins the game.
Play the game without the reference cards, and only use them when there is a doubt about an answer.
To start a round, flip over two cards (instead of one) and compare the animals on both as if they were one card.