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Due to the current situation with Covid-19, we are experiencing some slight delays with postage
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The World of David Walliams Awful Auntie's Old Maid Card Game

SKU: B4U00569
ISBN: L2242
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Original price £9.99
Current price £4.99

A fantastic classic card game inspired by one of David Walliams’ best-loved books. Awful Aunties Old Maid Card Game makes brilliant gift for any fan of Britain’s number 1 author. This easy to play card game is perfect for all the family, To play simply shuffle and deal all the cards. Players then sort through their cards, making as many pairs as possible, and placing these pairs face up on the table in front of them. Starting with the dealer, each player then takes a turn fanning out the cards in their hand (face down) so that the player to their left can draw one card. As players make pairs in their hand, they discard them immediately onto the table.  The object of the game is to lose of your cards as quickly as possible so you definitely don't want to be left holding the unattached card, the Old Maid! This traditional card game, with a David Walliams twist and featuring the iconic illustrations by Tony Ross, encourages concentration, taking turns, good games play and is a great way to spend some quality family time together! Suitable for age 5 years and over.

 

Additional Product Features
Publisher  University Games and Paul Lamond Games
Format  Paperback

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