Spot It

July 18, 2013 - Comment

There is always one, and only one, matching symbol between any 2 cards in this party game. Spot it and you win! A sharp eye and a little bit of speed is all it takes to become a Spot it! master. Put your visual perception skills to the test with Spot It, a fun, fast-paced,

There is always one, and only one, matching symbol between any 2 cards in this party game. Spot it and you win! A sharp eye and a little bit of speed is all it takes to become a Spot it! master.

Put your visual perception skills to the test with Spot It, a fun, fast-paced, and simple card game that everyone aged 7 years and up can enjoy. In a group of two to eight players, you’ll draw cards and match symbols, like light bulbs, snowmen, or puppies, but with one catch–only one matching symbol exists between any two cards. The first person to spot the matching symbol and call it out wins.

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Spot It
  • Ages: Seven years and up
  • Requires: 2 to 8 players
At a Glance:
  • Challenges visual perception, mental processing, and matching skills
  • Includes five individual mini-game options
  • Travel-size tin for convenient on-the-go game play
Spot It
Spot It

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Fast-Paced Observation Game for the Whole Family

The Spot It game consists of 55 circular cards, each decorated with eight symbols. There are more than 50 symbols in all, including images of hearts, snowflakes, dragons, and lightning bolts, as well as words such as Stop, Art, and OK. The symbols are universal in nature, allowing everyone, including young children, to participate in the family fun.

Because the game requires quick mental processing, it moves fast, challenging your visual perception, memory, and matching skills. Your group of two to eight players will delight in spotting the matching symbols and agonize over getting beat to the punch by a faster player.

Spot the Matching Symbol to Win

Playing this card game is easy. Simply draw two cards at random and place them face up on the table so that everyone can see. Find the matching symbol between the two cards. The first player to call out the name of the matching symbol wins. The winning player then draws two new cards, places them on the table, and repeats the process.

If two players are tied for first at the end of the game, the winner is settled by having a duel. Each player draws one card and places it face up on the table at the same time. The first player to spot the matching symbol between the cards and call it out wins the duel.

Play Five Individual Mini-Games

In addition to regular game play, this game lets players choose from five individual mini-games with separate rules and objectives. Choose such contests as The Tower, The Well, Hot Potato, The Poisoned Gift, or Triplet and play them in any order. The player who wins the most mini-games becomes the champion.

This card game comes with everything you’ll need to play, including a convenient travel-size tin container so you can take this card game to parties or on trips.

What’s in the Box

Spot It tin travel container, illustrated rule sheet, and 55 cards.

Product Features

  • Contains four fast, challenging mini-party games in which all players play simultaneously
  • Designed for all ages and packaged in a travel-size tin, Spot it develops visual perception and matching skills
  • It supports quick mental processing and sharpens cognitive skills in a fun atmosphere
  • The symbols are universal and easy to remember but the variety of imagery will challenge any eye
  • Travel size

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Comments

Alice Watercress says:

Fast fun for all! I just bought the game and played it several times with adults and with 2nd, 3rd, and 5th graders. It is great fun and very simple to understand and play.The goal is to be the first to identify a match on a pair of cards and to call out out the name of the figure in common. It is exciting to spot the match, frustrating to know there is a match which one cannot see, and disappointing when one is beaten to the punch. The game keeps everyone engaged. All the children laughed as we played, and all wanted to play again and again. And the youngest (7) and oldest (65) of us were winners. What more could one want for a summer game at the beach?!!If you lose a card or two the game is still just as good.

Kathy Carrington "book fiend" says:

Fun game for the whole family, even the 4 year old The game says it’s for 7 and up and is billed as mostly an adult party game. But I have to say, my 4 year old LOVES it.We have only played “The Tower” version of the rules – where each player has one card and tries to spot their matching symbol on the top card of the pile as soon as it is turned face up. The first time we played it, we (the adults) would close their eyes and not look at the center card while we counted to 5. This allowed our daughter to have a head start since her visual discrimination skills are not nearly as developed as ours. Each time we played the game, we ended up counting to a lower number until finally, she didn’t need any lead time at all.I highly recommend this game to parents of preschoolers, early grade schoolers, and any kids with reading difficulties. Being able to quickly spot the differences in letters, to decide if it’s a “b”, “d”, or even a “p” is critical to being able to read. This is a fun way to boost those skills as well…

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