l rig ge. Al © 2012 Blue Oran Before you start playing… The mini party games Tied for first? For Players Ages 7 to Adult Party Game for 2 to 8 Players If 2 players are tied for first at the end of the game, settle the win with a duel. Each player draws one card and flips it face-up at the same time. The first player to spot the matching symbol between the cards and call it out wins the duel. If more than 2 players are tied, play one round of “Hot Potato” to determine the winner. Reglas en español: www.blueorangegames.com cards / -20 points to the last player Hot Potato: -5 points per round lost The Poisoned Gift: +20 points to the player who has collected the fewest cards / +10 points to the player who finished in second Triplet: +1 point per card collected / +5 points to the player who has collected the most cards The Well: +10 points to the first player to run out of the player who has collected the most cards The Tower: +1 point per card collected / +5 points to Begin the tournament with “The Tower.” The player who loses this game chooses one of the other mini-games: Ice, ice cube, Jell-o Yin-Yang, Zen Heart Ghost, phantom Mouth, lips Lightning bolt, thunderstorm Man, orange man, little guy Snowman Dragon Stain, paint, paintball Skull, pirate flag Game published and distributed by Blue Orange, San Francisco, USA, under a Divertis Properties Group license. Original Dobble Game created by Playfactory. Spot it! version developed by Blue Orange Games. Pawn, pony, horse Light bulb, light T-Rex, dinosaur Spot it! Hand Snowflake, snow Target, bull’s-eye Clown, Bozo Maple leaf, leaf, Canadian flag Tournament point system Cat, kitten The player who calls out the name of the symbol first wins. In the case of a tie, the player who takes, places, or discards the card first wins. Exclamation mark G-clef, music note The player who wins the most mini-games is the champion. For more competitive players, check out the tournament point system included in this booklet. Spot it! is a series of fast, challenging mini party games in which all players play simultaneously. You can play them in any order, or only play your favorites. The bottom line is to have fun! It can be helpful to play a few practice rounds first to make sure everyone understands the rules. Try Spot it! at www.spotitgame.com Sharpen your reflexes and try to beat the best score. If you’ve never played Spot it! before, familiarize yourselves by drawing two cards at random and placing them face-up on the table so that everyone can see. Find the matching symbols between these two cards (same shape, same color; only the size may be different). The first player to spot the matching symbol must call out its name and draw two new cards, placing them on the table. Repeat these steps until all the players clearly understand that there is always one —and only one—matching symbol between any two cards. That’s it. Now you’re ready to play Spot it! Object of the game No matter which mini-game you’re playing, the goal is always to be the fastest player to spot the matching symbol between two cards and call it out. Then, depending on the specific mini-game, you will either place the card on a pile or discard it. If there’s a toss-up…. Rules of the game TM What’s Spot it ! ? Spot it! is a card game consisting of 55 cards, each decorated with 8 symbols. There are more than 50 different symbols in all. One—and only one—matching symbol exists between any two cards. Get ready to Spot it! Examples of symbols d r fo . ries unt o c all Play Spot it! online es er ve ht s r TM The first player to run out of cards wins the game. 4) Winning the game: entire draw piles over so they are face-up. If you are the first player to spot the identical symbol on both your top card and the center card, call it out (example: “Heart!”) and place your card on top of the center card. Use the new card revealed on your personal pile to find a match with the center card. Play continues until one player runs out of cards. 3) Playing the game: At the same time, players flip their TM Setting up: (example for 3 players) TM 2) Object of the game: To collect the most cards. deal one card face-down to each player. Place the remaining cards face-up in the middle of the table to form the draw pile. 1) Preparing the game: Shuffle the cards and TM To have the least amount of cards after all the rounds have been played. This is accomplished by getting rid of your cards during each round. the game: deal one card face-down to each player. Set aside the remaining cards to use later. Decide how many rounds you wish to play (five minimum). Setting up: (example for 4 players) 2) Object of 1) Preparing the game: Shuffle the cards and (played in multiple rounds) Game N 3 The player with the most cards wins. 4) Winning the game: Play continues until no cards remain in the draw pile. If you are the first player to do so call it out (example: “Lips!”). Then take the center card and place it face-up on top of your flipped card, building a personal pile. Now use the new top card on your personal pile to find a match with the center card. Repeat this process each time a new center card is revealed. Game N 2 Setting up: (example for 3 players) TM TM the final round, the player with the least amount of cards wins the game. 4) Winning the game: At the end of At the same time, players turn over the card in their hands. The card must be held flat in the palm of a steady hand. If you spot a matching symbol between your card and another player’s card, call it out (example: “Heart!”). Place your card face-up on top of the other player’s card. If you have two or more cards in your hand look only at your top card for a match. When you spot it, give all your cards to the player who has the match. Repeat play in this manner until one player has all the cards. That player loses the round and creates a personal discard pile with those cards. A new round starts. 3) Playing the game: TM To be the first player to get rid of all your cards. 2) Object of the game: 1) Preparing the game: Place one card face-up in the middle of the table. Shuffle and deal the remaining cards face-down to all the players. These cards form their personal draw piles. TM At the same time, players flip over their cards. They try to spot the one symbol that appears both on the center card and on their own card. TM 3) Playing the game: TM Game N TM TM TM TM TM TM 4 5 3) Playing the game: To collect the most cards. 2) Object of the game: Place all the cards face-down in a pile. 1) Preparing the game: Game N TM number of cards. 2) Object of the game: To have the least TM One player takes the first 9 cards and places them face-up on the table (as shown below). TM and deal one card face-down to each player. Place the remaining cards face-up in the middle of the table to form the draw pile. 1) Preparing the game: Shuffle the cards Game N TM TM 3) Playing the game: When there are fewer than 9 cards left in the game and no more sets of matching cards, the game ends and the player with the most cards wins. 4) Winning the game: As soon as you find the matching symbol, call it out (example: “Sun!”), take the 3 cards you’ve won, and reload with 3 new cards. The same symbol must be present on all 3 cards to make a matching set. Then, at the same time, all players try to find a matching symbol on any 3 cards. The player with the least number of cards wins the game. 4) Winning the game: At the same time, players flip over their cards. Players look for a match between the center card and any of the other players’ cards. If you spot a match, call it out (example: “Tree!”). Take the center card and place it on top of the other player’s card on which you found the match. This is the “Poisoned Gift” because you give an unwanted card to an opponent. The revealed card on the center stack becomes the new card that players use to find a match. Continue playing until the draw pile is gone.