MONSTER MENU CARD GAME
HABA Germany | 6 years & up
These two monsters aren't the easiest thing in the world to feed: one, they can only be fed with matching pairs of food; and two, they will only eat the same type of food once!
Players try to score points by making matching pairs of foods to feed to the monster; and each round requires them to draw three cards from the deck, after which they have to keep one card; give one card to the player on the left; and discard of one card.
Things are made trickier by the Monster Feasting card, which gives bonus points at the end of the game. What happens when you already have one in your hand and you draw another? Do you discard it, or do you pass it to the player on your left (therefore giving them the opportunity to score bonus points at the end of the game too?) Click here for full game instructions in English [Page 7]!
• Decision-making skills
• Strategic thinking
• Logical reasoning
• Adaptive thinking
• Impulse control
• Group/family bonding
An effective aid that drives decision-making as a primary skill development. The ever-changing circumstances from round to round pushes players to really stop, think, and calculate their decisions based on circumstances; showing them that indeed, decisions are never black and white and even if you are dealt with the same situation, it is your circumstances that determines the most effective decisions. Promotes the development of disciplined decision makers who are less prone to giving in to their impulses.
2 - 4 players | Set includes: 48 food cards, 12 feasting cards, 10 orange monster chips, 10 turquoise monster chips, 1 set of game instructions
|Dimension||Approx. 10.8 x 3 x 13.9 cm (packaging)|
|Age||6 YEARS & UP|