Similo: Wild Animals
Designers: Hjalmar Hach, Pierluca Zizzi, Martino Chiacchiera
Artist: Xavier “Naïade” Durin
Playing Time: 10′
A cooperative deduction game where your goal is to make the other players guess one secret card by playing other cards from your hand as clues, stating whether they are similar to the cards they should keep or those they should remove.
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Similo is a cooperative deduction game, where all players work together to identify the Secret Character
using a series of Clues!
Each version of Similo comes with a deck of 30 big cards beautifully illustrated by NaÏade, showing the portrait and the name of a series of characters with a common theme. In Similo: Wild Animals you will play with the caracters of the wild animal world!
The Clue Giver must lead the Guessers to identify one Secret Card among the twelve displayed on the table, by playing other cards from their hand as Clues. There are two kind of Clues: Remove Clues (cards played horizontally, which have something similar to one or more cards the the Guessers should remove) or Keep Clues (cards played vertically, which have something similar to one or more cards the Guessers should keep).
For example, the Secret Card is the Crocodile. You could play the Iguana as a Keep Clue, to suggest to the Guessers that the animals to keep are reptiles, green, have yellow eyes, or live in the Americas. Or, you might play the Vulture as a Remove Clue, to point out that the animals to remove are birds, carnivore, or have a yellow background… it will be up to the Guessers to understand what the Clue Giver is trying to suggest!
There are different versions of Similo! If you have more than one, you can combine two different decks of cards to create new and interesting strategies! Just choose two versions of Similo and use one as the Guessing deck and the other as the Clue deck. Will you guess which animal has something in common with Hermes, Artemis, and Apollo from Similo: Myths?