Rating: 5 Moderate
Popularity:0
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:2009
Players: 2-6 players
Playing time: 20 minutes
Age:6+

Created by: Matthew A. Cohen, Mike Moran

Published by: Gamewright

Description:

A Totally Bananas Card Game consists of 55 cards, a rules pamphlet, and a sturdy cardboard box. This playful, lively game is designed to appeal to young gamers and parents alike.

It is a fast paced, simple game that subtly reinforces math concepts such as number sequencing and probability while still allowing kids to be silly and have fun.

The premise of the game is that Primo, the Monkey is trying to get a good night's sleep but his friends keep knocking on his bedroom door in an attempt to have a noisy slumber party.

Your goal is to get Primo back to sleep by flipping and swapping cards over a number of rounds to end up with just one face up card. Of course, there are some troublesome critters who cause ridiculous problems along the way.

Gameplay is played in a series of rounds. Players are dealt out 6 cards face down. Players draw from the discard pile or the draw pile and swap it face up with a card in the position that matches the number on the card you drew. The winner of the first round gets dealt one less card at the start of the next round.

All other players get dealt the same number as the previous round. Play continues as above with players' hands getting smaller each round. You continue in rounds until one player is down to just one card and draws the number 1 card (with Primo asleep). When that happens, Primo is back to sleep and the game is over!

Prices:
Retail Price:$9
Ebay:$9

Check These Posts:

Continue Reading