A game review of Neat-Oh!’s Magnutto Junior Mood Match—giving you an overview of how the game is played, what makes it fun and how to get the most out of the gameplay for educational use as well. For full review and shopping info►
Product Info: The Magnutto Junior Mood Match game from Neat-Oh! is a visual perception game that challenges kids storytelling and memories skills. The game can be played one of two ways with three levels of play based on players’ learning levels. It can be played as a cooperative game in which players work together to co-create stories. Or play it competitively in which players compete to quickly find things in a scene, remember them, and sue them to add to the story. In this mode of gameplay, the player that contributes the most to a story wins the game. As a level one game, the focus of the game is simply on picture recognition using only the green game tiles. In level two, grab the green and red tiles to play as you hone your picture and emotional recognition skills. Then in level three, add in your reading skills with the red word tiles, too.
To set up, there are four story scenes to chose from depicted across two double-sided play mats. Then place whatever tiles you are using face down and shuffle them up. The game board should also be placed down with the Mood Match side face-up. Each player gets a character magnet to play with; there are eight characters to chose from. The oldest player starts the game by selecting a tile and turning it over for everyone to see.Then all players race to find the object, facial expression, or word depicted in the story scene. Put your finger on it first and you get to make up the story. Once you reach the end of the game board by advancing your character for each addition to your storyline, the game ends.
Now here’s the tricky part: in order to advance, you don’t just have to say your addition to the storyline but be able to remember and tell the previous portion of the story as well. You don’t have to be exact word for word but generally express the same storyline. If you can’t do so, the player to your left can steal.
In Memory Lane, simply focus on the memory portion of the gameplay and instead of competing this game is cooperative, where players simply work together to create as long a story as possible.
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