Grab a few friends, find a flat surface and you’re set, super simple! Introduce your little ones to numbers or challenge your best friend numerical combat. This game is made for absolutely everyone!
The goal of this quick and fun game is to use all your blue tiles by connecting them with mathematical equations in a crossword-style grid.
Perfect travel game, carry the whole game in a cute whale travel pouch.
Develops skills: arithmetic, cooperative play, visual processing, sequential thought, focus & attention, recognition & identification, hand-eye coordination, fine-motor
Regular for people from 7 to 107 years old (1 to 6 players / 162 tiles ) or Möbi Kids for 4 to 8 years old (1 to 4 players / 86 tiles)
The perfect fun introduction to numbers for the young ones! Players connect their tiles in a grid using operation tiles and the first player to connect all his tiles wins!
Includes a booklet of games and activities to slowly introduce the basics!
Mobi Math Game Overview
Empty all tiles onto a flat playing surface. The blue tiles are numbers, the white tiles are operations. Each person takes 7 number tiles and put a pile of the operation tiles in the middle of the table.
Connect your blue tiles with mathematical equations in a vertical or horizontal manner. When you run out of blue tiles, say “FLIP” and pick up THREE more tiles from the center and make everyone else do the same …. whether they are ready to or not! Keep this up until the blue tiles run out. Can’t use one of your blue tiles? Just say “SWAP” and switch that blue tile for 2 new ones. First player to connect all of his/her blue tiles shouts “MÖBI” and is the winner!! It’s as simple as that!
It is also fun to know that there are many ways to play this game. You can make it harder or easier, depending on who is playing…
- Mobi for experts: At certain points in the game, the players are exchange some of the numbers in their equations, making it trickier.
- Chill Mobi: No timing, no extra rules, just play until your “pod” of tiles is used up.
- Team Mobi: Forming teams of 2 or 3, at a certain point in the game, the players will switch and take over forming the equations and then the third person will take over to finish the game.