Spot it! Party is played with 55 cards that are each decorated with 8 symbols. There are over 50 symbols in all. All Spot it! games are centered on this mind boggling concept: between any...
Spot it! Party is played with 55 cards that are each decorated with 8 symbols. There are over 50 symbols in all. All Spot it! games are centered on this mind boggling concept: between any two cards in the deck, there is always going to be one (and only one!) matching symbol. Players race to be the first to spot the match. It sounds simple, but with different sizes and orientations, a match is easily hidden in the array. Plus the cards are constantly changing. Soon as you are about to call a match, it's sometimes too late! Add this to the fact that you are racing feverishly against your opponents and it's the perfect recipe for an adrenaline pumping, uproarious and all around ruckus-raising party game.The cards in Spot it! Party have a brand new set of random and quirky symbols, such as a gnome, a plunger, and headphones. If seasoned players are too quick to spot the symbols in the original Spot it!, the Party edition will surely level the playing field. Spot it! packs unlimited play potential as you can mix it up with multiple games. The five individual mini-games included in the game booklet have separate rules and objectives. Choose from such contests as The Tower, The Well, Hot Potato, The Poisoned Gift, or Triplet, and play them in any order. In some, players try to collect cards, in others, they race to get ride of cards. For example, in The Tower, each player is handed a card and the remaining stack of cards is placed in the middle of the table. On the count of three, players look at their own cards and the top card of the middle stack for a matching symbol. When someone spots a match, he calls out the symbol and grabs the middle card, and puts it on top of his old card. Now everyone has to look at the new middle card for a match and try to win cards until the middle stack is gone. At the end, the player with the most cards wins. For competitive players ready for a Spot it! showdown, there’s even a tournament point system included in the booklet.