It's a fish-eat-fish world out there, whoever gets their fill wins!
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Kai Piranja (English title: "Something Fishy"), is a card game for children. The cards are illustrated with several types and sizes of fish depicted from hungry to full. Each player plays cards in his or her hand into different rows of fish. When played, a fish eats all of the fish in front of it until it reaches a fish of the same type, as fish never eat their own species. Once sufficiently fed, a fish is moved to the center of the table and is considered a fat fish. When a player has drawn three fish of the same type, he or she can trade them for a fat fish. When the deck runs out, whoever has collected the most fat fish wins!
Play this game once with your little ones and don't be surprised if you're 'on the hook' to play everyday!
• Illustrated deck
• Rules in English and French
|Minimum number of players||3|
|Maximum number of players||6|
|Luck Factor||Some luck|