It's the classic game of 'War', but with a twist: Pacman and BIG numbers!
To set up: Cut along the GRAY lines to get individual cards. Cut out Greater/Less Than Pacman and glue the two back to back. Then cut out around Pacman. Now he is on two-sided and can be flipped either way to eat the bigger number. Do the same for Equal Pacman; cut, glue together and cut around to get a circle.
To Play: The game plays the same as the card game 'War', but with some twists. When players flip their cards, Pacman needs to 'eat' the bigger number. The person with the bigger number gets the cards. If it is equal, put in Equal Pacman and you have war. Put three cards face down and flip a fourth to see who is greater/ has a bigger number. That person wins all the cards down. Fruit is the highest at 1000. Ghost cards are 'Equal = Challenges' meaning if a ghost card is put down, it is equal to the other's player's card and now it is war. These numbers are BIG numbers, but the concept is still simple enough for younger players to understand. An easy way to introduce bigger numbers, greater than/less than and equal to.