Spinnengift und Krötenschleim

 

A mischievous goblin has mixed up all the ingredients in the witches’ kitchen. Where’s the toad slime now? The spider venom? The mouse droppings? Face-down ingredients cards are dispersed across the game board. Now the task is to reveal and remember which ingredient is in which location so that you can find them later to turn them into a witches’ brew. That’s when you can receive witches’ medals and place the much sought-after magic token into the witches’ cauldron. If you cause the cauldron to bubble over, you create a cute little monster for yourself. It’s luck how many tokens are needed for this per round. The winner is whoever has the most witches’ medals and monsters. It’s a challenging memory game for children and adults.

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Reason for the jury’s decision

Tidying up can be fun – at least when the first monster pops out of the cauldron as a reward. That’s what everyone’s waiting for with bated breath – and that’s what brings the excitement in this unusual memory game. As well as your memory, you’ll need lucky dice rolls and tactical planning to choose the correct path through the kitchen. It’s not sorcery that this amazing mix bewitches young witches and wizards.

2012

Author

Klaus Teuber

Publisher

Kosmos

Players

2
 to 
4

Age

ab 
6
 Jahren

Accessibility

anspruchsvoll

Playing time

ca. 
30
 minutes

Price

ca. 
25
 Euro