In Micons, players will not only need to be keen observers, but they’ll also need to remember the sensations generated by elements of everyday life.
Each turn, players look to see if they have an object among their cards that matches the displayed characteristic: These can be visible characteristics like shapes or colours, or they could be invisible concepts such as salty, sweet, hot, cold, spicy, noisy, etc. If a player can, they put their card down and it’s the next player’s turn. The first one to put all their cards down wins.
Micons invites players to use their sense of observation, as well as their sensory memory and their ability to communicate and debate: you argue that the cat smells bad? It also encourages children to start to think conceptually.
Part of the My First Game collection. UKGE (UK Games Expo) 2021 Best Children's Game of the Year
Manufacturer Recommended Age 3-6 Years+
Play Time 15 Minutes approx.
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