Spot It Visual Perception Card Game
Spot It (Previously called Dobble), a visual perception card game, is suitable for all ages!
It is a game of speed, visual perception and reflexes! Even adults will enjoy this game. It’s a simple tin of 55 round playing cards. Each card has on it 8 symbols selected from a possible 50 (heart, bomb, lips, waving hand, car, etc.) Each card shares one, and only one, matching symbol with every other card in the deck. The trick is to spot the matching symbol. Visual perception is the key to this fast paced game. Players race to find the one matching image between one card and another. Symbols may be different sizes and placed on any part of the card, making them difficult to spot. Every card is unique and has only one picture in common with every other card in the deck.
The Spot It card game is simple yet thoroughly engaging card game. Spot It was hugely popular; all the children who played loved it. Players became really competitive while playing, which is great fun and also lets them learn how to win or lose in a friendly way. This is also a great opportunity for children to develop social skills, such as communication and confidence, by playing as a group. Because of the fast paced nature of the game, children needed to pay attention and adapt the strategy they were using to keep up!
There are 5 suggested versions of play, the most simple of which is: deal each player one card, place the rest in a pile face up, the first player to shout out the symbol which matches their card with the one of the top of the pile takes the card, repeat until all the cards are gone. The player with the most cards at the end, wins.
This is a great party game as well as an ideal travel game.
The Mini Games
- Fill the Well
- The Towering Inferno
- Hot Potato
- Catch Them All
- The Poisoned Gift
What our team of testers said
“Oh I love Spot It.” – Girl aged 7
“I absolutely love this game, it’s brilliant.” – Girls aged 9
- Visual Perception
- Promotes friendly competition
- Encourages turn taking
- Quick reflexes