Jungle Speed is a game that combines speed and observation. Put a card down and throw yourself on the totem pole as soon as two cards are identical before your opponents. But be careful! Be careful if the pictograms do not match exactly, the cards are misleading. Keep an eye out or get the cards from the other players! The game is based on reflexes, but also includes a bluff dimension. Feigning your opponents to take a penalty can be an excellent game strategy. Grabbing the Jungle Speed totem pole allows you to get rid of your cards. The first one who doesn't have any more wins the game. A savagely effective principle for very lively games!
Jungle Speed, an explosive game
To spice up the game, the game includes special cards. These lead to direct actions that can change the price of a game. There are 3 of them: The card with the arrows on the outside: all players place a card at the same time The card with the arrows inside: all players must catch the totem pole The map with coloured arrows: players now base themselves on the colours Jungle Speed is played by 4 people, but don't panic, there are variants for 2 and 3 players.
A little bit of history
Invented by the Aboulou tribe 3000 years ago in Eastern Trisopotamia, the Speed Jungle was made of eucalyptus leaves. The Abulus loved monkey bones and could confront each other for hours to recover precious carcasses. Unfortunately, no one could win because the eucalyptus leaves were similar. It was in the 20th century that Tom & Yako were able to solve this thorny problem by inventing playing cards. The real Speed Jungle was born!