Today I am telling you about the game Finders Keepers from GEOtoys that I have reviewed with my family. We have played this as a game with all four of us; my children's ages are 4 and (almost) 8. I have also played with just my son. This was definitely a games that we could play as a family and spans across all ages. I have friends that ask for game suggestions with having kids that are teens as well as preschoolers and this would really fit the bill for that need. Everyone will have fun.
There is no reading involved so it is great for the younger ones, but still a challenge for everyone. The basic premise of the game is if you find the "right" card, you get to keep it and the person at the end with the most cards wins. You start with the youngest one drawing a card and everyone has to look for the card that has the image(s) pictured in the green (go) and not the image(s) pictured in the red (stop). Simple enough. There are several cards that could match that description so everyone really does have a shot, but what it comes down to is fastest reflexes. My husband even commented that his reflexes just are not as fast as they used to be and we would have continually gotten our butt kicked by our 8 year old if we hadn't asked her to let up so that her younger brother could find some and not get so frustrated.
About Finders Keepers from GEOtoys
Finders Keepers is a fast-moving two-sided card game where players try to find a card that contains one or two specific images, but not another. The whole deck of cards is spread out, and the race is on to find a match. With colorful, comical images, Finders Keepers combines hand-eye coordination and visual learning with lightning fast reflexes. Easy to learn but a different game every time, it can be enjoyed by all ages 3-103. Inventor: Martin Nedergaard Andersen
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