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Jenga Mouse is a fantastic arcade game for young and old children. Playing in arranging the tower, arch, using various combinations of arranging cheese blocks will be a lot of exciting fun.
How to play?
The set includes two mice. Help them collect cheese in three fun games.
Laying cheese on the mouse (for 2-4 players)
Place one mouse in the center of the play area. Divide the cheese equally among all players. If you have extra cheese, set them aside. Take turns placing single cheese on one mouse. If any figures fall off during your turn, you must take them and end your turn. First, put all your cheese on the mice and win!
Oops-a-Cake (1 player at a time)
Place one mouse in the center of the play area. To warm up, place 2 cheese on top of one mouse then place the other mouse upside down. (1. 2. As shown in the photos above in the manual), grab each mouse and carefully flip the entire stack over without losing the cheese! Now try adding more cheese and do it again. How much can you do !?
Arc de Triomphe (for 2 to 4 players)
This is a cooperative game where more than one set of hands helps! Can you make a big bow of cheese together between two mice and put it straight !? Here are some tips: 1) Build an arch with the cheese slightly shifted from one to the other. Build the arch on a matte, non-slippery surface. This will help keep the two mice from sliding around when you try to pick them up. 3) Work together to carefully pick up the bow and mice so that no pieces fall off. Everyone wins when you create your Arc de Triomphe!
- two mice
- 20 "cheese" blocks
A cheerful game for small and large children, it will provide a lot of excitement and laughter. The set is entirely made of plastic.
The Jokomisada store offers a number of fun, arcade logic games for small and large players.
24 x 15 x 5 cm
We provide a 12-month warranty for the toys from the date of purchase. The warranty does not cover damage caused mechanically, through errors in use and natural wear and tear of the product.