Mini Memory Mischief – The cute and nerdy mint tin game for 2


Mini Memory Mischief is a sweet, retro, quite nerdy little mint tin game. It’s 2 player and takes about 10-15 minutes to play. In the game players are trying to get letters in alphabetical order on their memory stack. It’s not as easy as it sounds though! The other player can take their chance causing ‘mischief’ with your stack. It’s also so super tiny, check out the pocket photo, it really is a pocket game, perfect for travel.

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This game is not strictly a ‘memory game’ – memory is the theme of the game as it is played on Mikro and Chip’s internal memory stacks. The game includes dice for luck, player choices using your heart action tokens for strategy, and despite not being a specific memory game does have mechanics that test your own memory (not just the digital kind) and cute little components that fit well in their tiny mint tin home. You can take the game with you as it fits nice and neatly in your pocket.

You have a memory stack, an action board and a shield to keep prying (or even peeking) eyes off of your letters. Your goal is to get as many letters in alphabetical order on your memory stack as possible. Push letters you want, pop letters you don’t want. Easy, right? But there’s more, the letters you have are random, some actions are blocked each turn and your opponent can also cause mischief by pushing and popping on your stack. If you take the chance to peek at their letters you can use them as if they were your own, so long as you can remember what you’ve seen.

In this standard game of Mini Memory Mischief, the dice and heart action token colours will be a random selection. If you would like to choose which colours the two dice and two action tokens will be you can choose the custom version of the game.

As this game is hand crafted – and not lab tested – the age range on the tin says 14+. Many of the games reviewers have put the suggested age range at 8+ and 10+.

The colours of product images online may differ from the products you receive due to variations in electronic screen settings (computer/laptop/tablet/smartphones).

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