The aim of the game is to avoid penalties and be the player with the least amount of cards at the end, but most importantly don’t let the treetop topple.This is a game that rewards concentration and co-ordination. The concept is easy enough for young players to grasp quickly, and there is no reading once the rules have been understood. There is some luck involved, but this game also relies on dexterity, a steady hand and good hand-eye co-ordination.
Game playing time 15 minutes. Contains 108 cards. Suitable for 2 - 4 players aged 6 years +
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Why they'll love itA colourful engaging game for animal and jungle lovers. A fun way to build fine motor skills.
Frustration levels for younger or less able children can be managed by reducing the amount of cards shared out at the start, until they are ready for a bigger challenge.
Suitable for different ages to play together, so great for sibling groups.
Why you'll love itThe compact size of the tin make this game a good travel toy to enjoy on the go.
We like the neat design whereby the tin stores the cards but also doubles as the tree trunk during play.
This game has been critically reviewed and well received - it won the Best Children's Game at UK Games Expo 2017.