Janod - The Acrobats skill game
The arcade game Acrobats of the French brand JANOD is great fun for two to eight people - both children and adults. The set includes 20 boards made of solid cardboard, on which there are circles of different colors (10 on each) - they indicate the positions on which the acrobat figures should be placed - in each round, three, according to the colors, rolled on the dice. Each subsequent player builds the next level of the acrobatic tower. The goal of the game is to create the highest possible structure. The player who brings it down - loses
This game trains concentration, planning and dexterity. It also teaches color recognition.
Games stimulate the imagination, strategic thinking and planning. This is great entertainment for the whole family. The game was designed in France. It is packed in an aesthetic box, and acrobat figures additionally in a bag. Perfect for a gift.
Janod has been designing toys that are synonymous with innovation, French design and the highest quality since 1970. Unique Janod toys are made of wood and other excellent materials, and above all, of children's dreams! Janod - JUST PLAY
MANUFACTURER CODE: J02757
AGE: 5-10 years
NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 2-8
ITEMS: 20 cardboard boards + 57 wooden acrobats figures + 3 wooden cubes
GAME TIME: 15 minutes
PREPARING FOR THE GAME
Place one cardboard board in the center of the table. Distribute the remaining cardboard boards and acrobat figures equally among the players.
Each player rolls three dice in his turn, then takes the first round board from his pile and places three acrobats on it, according to the colors he has thrown on the dice, i.e. if he has, for example, orange, red and yellow , he must place the figures in the spaces of those colors. The colors of acrobats do not have to match the colors of the dice and the board. If there are several spaces in one of the colors on the board, the player can choose the best position for his acrobats. The player then places his board on top of the figures and ends his move. Another player throws the dice and tries to place his acrobats so as to keep the structure balanced, and then places the board on the acrobats. If a player rolls 3 identical colors on the dice, he chooses the color on which he places the third acrobat.
The goal of the game is to create the highest tower possible. The player who brings it down loses.