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The Game

Red Pandas have been working on their own Shaolin techniques for centuries, this intense training has put them on top of the food chain, which no longer makes them the favourite prey of mountain predators. Every year the bravest Red Panda fighters gather around the central Pagoda, for a martial arts tournament, where they showcase their most impressive Katas in front of a ruthless jury.
Red Panda is a discard and press your luck card game.
Players have in their hands super-skilled Red Panda shaolin monks. But they have to be careful, there can’t be 3 identical Red Panda's on the table. The one player who puts the 3rd identical Red Panda down will get penalties. But luckily, if they manage to unite the 5 Red Panda magic techniques, they will be able to remove all their penalties.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Takes a few minutes to learn and great fun to play with its push your luck game play.
  • Red Panda can be played anywhere with its handy, easy to carry, zip up wallet.

  

Inside The Box 

Parts in the box:
54 parts in total
Contents:
40 Kata Cards
1 Pagoda Tile
10 Meditation Cards
1 Invisibility Token
1 Rulebook
1 Zip Up Wallet
Warnings:
Not suitable for children
under 3 years old
Box dimensions:
W=120, H=120, D=40 [mm]
Object of Game:
Get rid of all your cards or be the last player in the competition.


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Rules

English & French Rules

Gen42 Games - Red Panda Rules - English & French

 

Benefits to Children & Adults

Board games are rich in learning opportunities. They satisfy your child's competitive urges and the desire to master new skills and concepts. As such, the following benefits of playing this game is measured below:

Concentration
5
Social Skills
6
Number Recognition
8
Shape Recognition
6
Grouping and Counting
6
Visual Perception
8
Color Recognition
8
Eye to Hand Co-ordination
9
Manual Dexterity
5
Letter Recognition & Reading
4

Please note: This list is by no means exhaustive. This list does not include reading the rules.