In this game of bird deduction, each player gets a bird. By asking questions and using the key of twenty four birds, the players are attempting to deduce the mystery bird of their opponents. But don’t ask about the appearance of the birds—focus instead on their prominent attributes, which are expressed through icons on each card.
Can their bird swim? Is it endangered? Does it eat fish? If the answer is “yes” to all of these, it must be an Atlantic puffin!
What other birds are in the game? 24 birds from around the world are included in the game: northern cardinal, house sparrow, snowy owl, splendid fairywren, Indian peafowl, wild turkey, mallard duck, ruby-throated hummingbird, common ostrich, bald eagle, Atlantic puffin, common kingfisher, Australian pelican, Canada goose, grey crowned crane, greater flamingo, emperor penguin, common magpie, barn owl, great spotted woodpecker, toco toucan, peregrine falcon, tawny frogmouth, and kakapo.
BIRDS Guess Who Game features
- twenty four unique birds from around the world
- twenty four information cards, each featuring a watercolour illustration of a bird, its common name, its Latin binomen, where it can be found, and a few interesting facts about it
- forty eight double-sided character cards, each with an illustration of a bird, its common and Latin names, where it can be found, alongside some of its most prominent features
- rules for a two-player game, for a small group game and bonus rules (if you want to play in a large group 10+ or in a classroom, check this version with posters)
BIRDS Guess Who Game
- studies the wonderful diversity of the world of birds—some can fly and others can swim; some come out only in the daylight and others only at night; some are capable hunters and others only drink nectar!
- is based on the principles of STEM and integrates science (biology, or more specifically, ornithology) and math (logical thinking and deductive reasoning)
- encourages players to take further interest in learning about nature
Players: 2 (but has additional rules for playing in a big company or a classroom)
Duration: 30 minutes