Flags of the World Game
- Test your knowledge of the flags of the world with this game
- Learn all about the nations and geography of the world
- Contains 200 cards and a world map
- The winner is the player who can collect the most flags
- Great educational game for kids
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Learn more about nations, geography and the flags of the world with this educational Flags of the World Game. The game contains over 200 cards, a world map and features interesting facts about each country. You can play the game in teams or on your own to test your knowledge of each world flag.
The object of the game is to collect cards by either knowing or guessing the country the flag belongs to. The player who has collected the most flags is the winner.
How to play:
- The players place their cards on the table with the flag side up, forming a row.
- The first player starts by pointing at any flag which he recognizes in front of any opponent. If he doesn’t know any of the flags, he must choose one and guess. He names the country he thinks the flag belongs to.
- The owner of the card picks it up and checks the answer and if the answer is correct, the player in turn gets the card for himself.
- If he can name the capital city as well, he is allowed to take a bonus card from either of the piles in the middle of the table. This card is just for points, the player doesn’t have to name the country or the capital. The player collects these cards in a special pile.
- If the player in turn answers incorrectly or doesn’t know the country, the owner of the flag reveals the correct answer. If the player in turn can now name the capital city of the country, he gets the card.
- If he doesn’t know the capital city, the owner of the card reveals the name and places the card at the bottom of one of the piles.
- The game passes on to the next player in a clockwise direction.
- Each player should always have 4 cards in front him/her: once a card is removed from the row, replace it with a new card from one of the piles.
- The winner is the player who has collected the most flags when the two piles are finished. The four cards on the table do not count.