Birds on a Wire
You've heard the old saying: "Birds of a feather flock together"? Well, the same is true when they gather on the wires--that is, before they get zapped and fly away! On their own power lines, players arrange birds into sets of three, trying to create the best scoring combinations. Your birds need to be of the same color, the same sized, all different colors, or all different sizes. But watch out! In this game of migrating birds and shocking zaps, scores go up and down and you won't know until the very end if you have won!
I like to think of this game as an easier variant of concept behind the popular game Set, but with a cute theme. Players are challenged to make placement based upon similarities or differences in color and bird type. Another huge bonus of this game is that it works well as a family game for a group with a wide range of ages.
5 Minutes to Learn
Two sets of rules (one for family with children 7 and up and another for more advanced play.)
1 Sky Board
5 Highline Boards
Bird and lightening bolt tiles in a cloth storage bag
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