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Birds And Squirrels! Hot New Indie Game!

Hello there! Would you like to play a fast-paced, easy to learn, game that you can teach anyone even people you don't share a language with? Birds and Squirrels is just like watching birds on a powerline but, a game. You take turns flipping cards over onto your perch/powerline. Once you have a full perch of cards you may count the birds up and add them to your score. Watch out for hawks that chase everyone's birds away and squirrels that run just your own birds away. After filling a line with bird cards and empty cards you can take your score as it stands or try to fill in the empty card spots with more birds. You do run the risk of getting a squirrel or a hawk though. After a line is successfully cleared pick up another card to get going, add your points to your score and, then it is the next player's turn again. The game is over when someone reaches a set number of points. I generally play to 30 but you can play to whatever you want. This game can be played to help bridge language gaps between people who have not yet learned to speak each other's languages, it can be used for people with developmental problems, or it can just pass a good night with some family or friends. Printed and designed in the United States. Buy an extra deck to play with 4 or more players or just make it harder to tell how many hawks are left and eliminate all the shuffling. Safe for all ages under supervision. But, we say 4 and up! Check it out @ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2012978717/birds-and-squirrels

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Birds And Squirrels! Hot New Indie Game!

Hello there!

Would you like to play a fast-paced, easy to learn, game that you can teach anyone even people you don't share a language with?

Birds and Squirrels is just like watching birds on a powerline but, a game. You take turns flipping cards over onto your perch/powerline. Once you have a full perch of cards you may count the birds up and add them to your score. Watch out for hawks that chase everyone's birds away and squirrels that run just your own birds away. After filling a line with bird cards and empty cards you can take your score as it stands or try to fill in the empty card spots with more birds. You do run the risk of getting a squirrel or a hawk though. After a line is successfully cleared pick up another card to get going, add your points to your score and, then it is the next player's turn again. The game is over when someone reaches a set number of points. I generally play to 30 but you can play to whatever you want.

This game can be played to help bridge language gaps between people who have not yet learned to speak each other's languages, it can be used for people with developmental problems, or it can just pass a good night with some family or friends. Printed and designed in the United States.

Buy an extra deck to play with 4 or more players or just make it harder to tell how many hawks are left and eliminate all the shuffling.

Safe for all ages under supervision. But, we say 4 and up! Check it out @ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2012978717/birds-and-squirrels

Hello there! Would you like to play a fast-paced, easy to learn, game that you can teach anyone even people you don't share a language with? Birds and Squirrels is just like watching birds on a powerline but, a game. You take turns flipping cards over onto your perch/powerline. Once you have a full perch of cards you may count the birds up and add them to your score. Watch out for hawks that chase everyone's birds away and squirrels that run just your own birds away. After filling a line with bird cards and empty cards you can take your score as it stands or try to fill in the empty card spots with more birds. You do run the risk of getting a squirrel or a hawk though. After a line is successfully cleared pick up another card to get going, add your points to your score and, then it is the next player's turn again. The game is over when someone reaches a set number of points. I generally play to 30 but you can play to whatever you want. This game can be played to help bridge language gaps between people who

Hello there!

Would you like to play a fast-paced, easy to learn, game that you can teach anyone even people you don't share a language with?

Birds and Squirrels is just like watching birds on a powerline but, a game. You take turns flipping cards over onto your perch/powerline. Once you have a full perch of cards you may count the birds up and add them to your score. Watch out for hawks that chase everyone's birds away and squirrels that run just your own birds away. After filling a line with bird cards and empty cards you can take your score as it stands or try to fill in the empty card spots with more birds. You do run the risk of getting a squirrel or a hawk though. After a line is successfully cleared pick up another card to get going, add your points to your score and, then it is the next player's turn again. The game is over when someone reaches a set number of points. I generally play to 30 but you can play to whatever you want.

This game can be played to help bridge language gaps between people who have not yet learned to speak each other's languages, it can be used for people with developmental problems, or it can just pass a good night with some family or friends. Printed and designed in the United States.

Buy an extra deck to play with 4 or more players or just make it harder to tell how many hawks are left and eliminate all the shuffling.

Safe for all ages under supervision. But, we say 4 and up! Check it out @ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2012978717/birds-and-squirrels

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