# Europe - Spielland.ch

```Solo: If you’re playing on your own, put the card pile in front
of you and try to name a correct European neighbor for one
card after the other. Try to win as many cards as possible.
Game No. 3 – Which Country is Larger?
Example: The cards for Finland and
Spain are up. The player guesses
that Spain must be the larger of
the two. Both cards are turned
over and the numbers compared.
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Einwohner: 46,65 Mio.
Fläche: 504.645 km2
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How to Play
in front of the player to your left—with the capital side
up—and name the countries shown. Your neighbor then
names the country which he or she thinks is the larger of
the two. Turn over both cards and check the answer. If it is
correct, the player gets both cards and puts them in front
of him- or herself in a separate scoring pile. If the answer is
wrong, put the cards back in the box. Now the player who
just guessed takes a turn: He or she picks 2 cards from his
or her hand and puts them down in front of the player to
his or her left.
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Shuffle the cards with the capital side up and deal 10 cards
to each player. Leftover cards are put back in the box for
this game. Take your cards in your hand, so that the other
players can only see the capital side. The oldest player
begins.
Frankreich
Spanien
Einwohner: 5,44 Mio.
Fläche: 338.144 km2
Atlantischer
Ozean
Schweden
Land
Finnland
Norwegen
Ostsee
Compare two countries and try to guess which of them is
larger. A correct answer wins you both cards, and the player with the most cards at the end wins the game.
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The player was right! Spain does
indeed have a larger area than
Finland. The player gets
both cards and puts them
in her scoring pile.
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Players: 1–4
by Bob Galinsky
Ages: 7 and up
Game Pieces
47 country cards
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The game ends when all players have played all of their cards.
Count the cards you have won, and the player with the most
cards wins!
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Solo: If you’re playing on your own, put the card pile in
front of you with the capital side up. Take two cards off
the pile and try to guess which country is bigger (or has
more inhabitants). Then, do the same for the next two
cards, and so on, until the pile is empty. Try to win as many
cards as possible.
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Variants
Inhabitants: Instead of comparing the sizes of the countries, you
can try to guess which of the two countries has more inhabitants. Otherwise, all rules are the same.
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ween you as a pile. One player has to check the guesses of the others,
who all try to think of a neighboring country at the same time. For
the first card, the oldest player takes on the role of fact-checker. After
that, the player who won the last card has to check the next one.
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Einwoh : 357.121 km
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Einwoh : 357.168 km
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Can you name the capital of Spain? Do you know which
country is larger: France or Finland? Which countries share
a border with Germany? In this game, you will find out all
of these things! Show off how much you know with gameplay variants—and if there is something you don‘t know
yet, you’ll definitely remember it next time!
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Name the country with the capital shown on the card. A
correct answer wins you the card, and the player with the
most cards at the end wins the game.
Shuffle all the cards with the capital side up and put them
between you as a pile. The youngest player goes first.
How to Play
On your turn, look at the capital shown on the top card of
the pile and name the country it belongs to. The player to
is correct. If it is, you take the card and put it in front of you.
If the answer is incorrect, remove the card from the game.
Either way, the player to your left is up next.
Land
Warschau
Polen
Ostsee
Mix-up: Shuffle the cards in a jumble, and pay no attention
to which side is up. The player whose turn it is must always
guess the thing that is not shown on the top card—either
the country or the capital.
Fastest Guesser: This is a variant for 3 or 4 players. One
player has to check the guesses of the others, who all try
to name the correct country or capital at the same time.
For the first card, the oldest player takes on the role of
fact-checker. After that, the player who won the last card
has to check the next one.
Solo: If you’re playing on your own, put the card pile in
front of you and try to guess the right country or capital
for one card after the other. Try to win as many cards as
possible.
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Game No. 2 – Neighboring Countries
Name one of the European countries that shares a border
with the country shown. A correct answer wins you the
card, and the player with the most cards at the end wins.
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Guess the Capital: Rather than trying to name the country
that matches the capital, you can of course do the same
thing the other way around. Simply shuffle the cards with
the country side up.
Ukraine
Slowakei
,53 Mio.
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ner: 38
Einwoh : 312.685 km
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The game ends when the card pile is empty. All players count
the cards they have, and the player or players with the most
cards win(s)!
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On your turn, take the top card off your pile so that you can
only see the capital side, while everyone else sees the country
side. Ask the player to your left if he or she knows a European neighbor to this country, meaning a country in Europe
that shares a border with the country shown. If the player
answers correctly, he or she gets the card and puts it in front
of him- or herself in a separate scoring pile. If the answer is
wrong, you ask that player’s left-hand neighbor, and so on. If
none of the other players can give a correct answer, you put
the card back in the box. Then it’s the player on your left’s
turn to take the top card off his or her pile and ask.
Note: If the country does not have any neighboring countries,
because it is an island, the correct answer is: “No neighbors”.
For example, the
neighboring countries of Germany are
the following: The
Netherlands, Belgium,
Luxembourg, France,
Switzerland, Austria,
the Czech Republic,
Poland, and Denmark.
Land
Deutschland
Dänemark
Ostsee
Nordsee
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Niederlande
Polen
Tschechische
Republik
Luxemburg
Einwohner: 80,62 Mio.
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Fläche: 357.168 km
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Shuffle the cards with the country side up and deal them
out evenly to all players. Leftover cards are put back in the
box for this game. Put your cards in front of you in a pile
with the country side up. The oldest player begins.
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Österreich
Ungarn
How to Play
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Variants
Game No. 1 – Name the Countries
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The game ends when all the card piles in front of the
players are empty. Count the cards you have won, and the
player with the most cards wins the game!
Variants
Fastest Guesser: This is a variant for 3 or 4 players. Shuffle
all the cards with the country side up and put them bet3
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