Janod - Play the game Beware the mole!
- It's great fun for two to four people - both children and adults. The set includes a wooden board, washers and items that are placed on them.
Race game Beware of the mole! French brand JANOD is great fun for two to four people - both children and adults. The set includes a wooden board, coasters and elements that are placed on them, i.e. 4 moles and 4 pieces of vegetables: turnips, tomatoes, carrots and pumpkins, creating a small garden. Players take on the role of gardeners and are tasked with collecting a basket full of crops, showing cleverness and avoiding moles. The first player to get one of each type of vegetable wins.
This game trains speed, observation and patience. 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. 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
ITEMS: 1 board + 4 stands + 20 wooden elements + 1 cube
GAME TIME: 20 minutes
PREPARING FOR THE GAME
Place the board on the table. Place the vegetables in the fields that correspond to them in color - that is, the beds - on the board, and the moles - in its corners. Each player receives their own stand - that is, a basket - for harvesting them.
The youngest player rolls the dice first. The cube has two sides with the image of a mole and four sides with colors, symbolizing vegetables: red means tomato, orange - carrot, yellow - pumpkin, and purple - turnip.
If a player rolls a color, he takes the correct vegetable from the garden and places it in the correct place in his basket, e.g. if he rolls a red color, he takes a tomato from the flower bed and places it on the red space of his stand.
If a player rolls a color of a vegetable they already have in their basket, they pass the cube to the next person in the queue.
If a player rolls a picture of a mole, he must place his mole in any space on his stand. As long as the player has the mole in the basket, he cannot pick up any new vegetables. In order to be able to get rid of the pest, in the next round (or the next one), he must throw the picture of the mole on the dice again - then the animal returns to the corner of the board and the player can collect crops again.
The goal of the game is to get one of each type of vegetable in a basket. The first player to do this wins.