"Game of the Animals" is a simplified version of "Game of the Generals", a game from the Philippines in the 70's. It was one of the best board games from my childhood and I thought it would be a nice addition to every teachers' games portfolio.
It is ideal for classes with only 2-3 students, and for those pesky, extra smart students who finish 15 minutes before everyone else. :)
It revolves around you trying to get yourself from one end of the board to the other, with the help of your animal army... and bacteria :)
What makes this game fun to play is that you can not see your opponent's pieces, but you can guess what they are based on what they "eat". It is highly competitive and addicting.
This game requires 3 people (2 players and an arbitrator) and 5-20 minutes, depending on how good your strategies are.
If my PDF file is a bit nonsensical, please forgive me. This is my first time to make a game and convert it to PDF.
You will need to cut out the animal rectangles, and fold them in half (print side inwards) to create the playing pieces.
Enjoy, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask.
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