If you are looking for a quick, fun board game on a family night then the Can't Catch Harry Moth Game is just for you. Here's a background of the game, James and his sister caught a pet moth, Harry which was taken away by the bird and your job is to catch Harry. The game is pretty simple, each player has 4 cards, you have to draw and discard cards as quickly as possible make a set of 4 cards of a kind, and when you have it you catch a moth to get a point. If you earn11 points, then you have a pet moth for life. Here's a catch, there are some cards in the stack that make you lose points. Go ahead and prove you can really catch Harry.
STEM toys are Science, Technology, Engineering and Math based products that are geared towards developing useful skills in all areas of learning. This product focuses on the core subject: Math.
We've been watching this YouTuber from the beginning- I bought this game for my daughters birthday and she flipped out. Favorite gift by far. The Odd 1s Out is by far our favorite channel and we are so excited to see James' products come to market. Our family has been playing this every night since we bought it - it's easy enough for the kids to catch on quick and entertaining enough for parents to enjoy as well. The game is fairly simple - I've been surprised some have struggled to catch on - don't overthink it. There are 5 different moths placed in the center of the table and and you draw and discard cards simultaneously until someone matches 4 of the same character. The artwork in this game alone makes this game worth it. We play the game over and over and then my kids go through the cards and share funny quotes from the different stories with each character. The Odd 1s Out always makes great products and this one is incredible - our favorite so far.
The directions that come with this game are not very clear. However, once you figure it out, it's not a bad game for young odd1out fans. The reason for the confusion is that you are told never to have more than 5 cards in your hand. You can however, set them in a pile in fron of you. It's similiar to a game called spoons. The cards are a little stiff and difficult to shuffle, but kids seem to like the game.