All you have to do is spot the difference. In Difference Junior, players race to be the first to find the two differences between their card and the reference card in the middle of the playing space. There are 50 double-sided cards, giving you four sets of 25 almost-identical images to choose from. Pick which image set you'll be playing with, place one of those cards in the center of your playing space, and deal out the rest of the cards among the players with the chosen image facing down. The number of cards each player gets is dependent upon how many players you have.
At the same time, all players flip over the top card on their pile, and then quickly try to find the two differences. When a player has found them, he shouts "Difference!" and shows the two differences to the other players. If he is correct, he places his card on top of the current reference card. Now his card is the new reference card. He then turns over the next card on his pile, and the game resumes. If a player is incorrect, the player keeps his card and the game continues.
The first player to get rid of all his cards is the winner.
The images on the cards are colorful and fun, so looking at the images will certainly be engaging. Learning to play the game is easy, but it is a challenge to find the differences. That's kind of the point of the game, though. This is all about helping players develop visual and observation skills while learning to concentrate and notice detail.
Difference Junior is for two to six players ages 5 and up. This will definitely challenge the observational skills of players of all ages.
The game comes with 50 large cards printed on both sides and instructions.
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