A fun family memory game! Will you be able to remember where the traps are?
The game begins with a roll of the dice, the player with the highest number decides the positioning of the traps, the other player is not allowed to know this order. Traps are laid using the seven "T" bars. One side of each of the seven bars is safe; the other side is a trapdoor.
After the traps are laid wooden balls are placed on top of the "T" bars. Players then take in turns to roll the dice and choose one of the corresponding wooden balls.
After removing a wooden ball the player tilts the mice. If they have remembered correctly then they keep the ball, if they have not then the remaining ball will fall through the trapdoor and they will have to replace both balls.
At each side of the board there are seven holes in which to place the wooden balls. When a player has successfully filled all the seven holes on their side then they are the winner. The Game is then repeated with the other player setting the traps.
Each trapdoor game is beautifully crafted in hardwood.
The Trapdoor Game includes:
The main framework of the trapdoor game – 41cm x 12cm x 13cm (17 x 5 x 5 inches)
Seven "T" bars to create the trapdoorsFifteen wooden balls (this includes 1 spare ball
Rules of the game