Age: 6th: Players: 2-6;
108 large puzzle pieces, corresponding to 12 portraits
the pieces are square with the side of 5 cm
the pieces of the puzzle are plasticized and made of spongy material, to last longer than the traditional cardboard and to make it easier to "attack-and-detach" during the game."r /> 108 stickers to attach to the back of the pieces, indicating the shape and position of the corresponding piece
1 book "Discover Art and Its Masters," available on both sides of reading, which contains:
210 questions "for the greatest", divided between 120 questions about the 12 portraits and artists of the game and 90 general questions about Art"br/> 210 questions "for the little ones", divided in the same way, designed to accompany children to the discovery of Art"br/> 1 10-sided die
1 reminder table with directions, on both sides, relating to the two phases of the game
1 folding "Presentation and Rules of the Game"
Portrait of an Author, masterpieces at the Male
Experience the thrill of creating a unique, bizarre and imaginative picture, borrowing Gauguin's mustachioed smile or Van Gogh's restless gaze to create a Bacchus that is certainly more extravagant than Caravaggio's."br/> But the game lasts little because to winand the match you then have to create an authentic portrait, paying homage to the great masters like Raphael and Picasso, and composing their own portraits. You have to search the different game environments for the missing puzzles to complete your portrait, and the 10-sided die will tell you if you can take them freely, or you'll have to challenge your opponent in a dice contest, or you'll have to answer a question of your own on the portrait you want to compose or the artist who painted it..."br/> The questions about Art and its Masters are more than four hundred, and they have been divided between questions of standard difficulty and... "for the little ones" questions, specially designed to accompany children to discover Art.
With "Portrait of an Author, masterpieces at the Male" the game experience encompasses a mix of different emotions. The luck of being able to locate and take the missing pieces is combined with the ability to answer questions, and the whole thing blends with fun and imagination. The different portraits that will take place in the game, one more curious than the other, will not fail to arouse continuous emotions and suggestions in the players.
The main goal of the game is to discover art and its most famous portraits, while stimulating observation and discovery, imagination and imagination, through the magic of an Author's Portrait that is gradually turning into... a true portrait!
Game and manual in English