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New Card Game! Who is Santa?

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Who Is Santa?! is a 4-12 players game, ages 6 and up. Game time varies from 5 to 30 minutes depending on the number of players and their chosen pace. You only need 23 Santa cards to play this game and the rules are very simple. However, the game gets very interesting because it involves talking, reading people, counting, memorizing and a lot of laughing :)

The set contains one Santa card, 12 animal cards and 12 food cards. It fits into your pocket and is convenient to have around the Christmas table when all the family is together and there is plenty of time for games. You must do your own due diligence and be responsible for your purchases.


You will receive a print, cut & play PDF version of the Santa cards (2 sheets) and 1 sheet with rules and suggestions for other games. Santa's goal in the game is to secretly deliver the right presents to each animal. The goal of the animals is to find out who Santa is before he has delivered the presents, so that they receive their presents sooner (they are too curious to wait!).

Each player gets an animal card and one gets the Santa card. No one knows who got what. It all begins with a Night phase, when the Santa tries to deliver the present cards to the right animals, while they stay with their eyes closed.

During the Day phase the players check whether they got the right presents. The ones who did, reveal themselves, but stay in the game. They all chat & discuss who could the Santa be and then vote.

The selected one shows his card. If it’s not the Santa, the game goes on to another Night phase. The game ends when Santa delivers all the presents correctly or is revealed by the animals. All players get their presents anyway, so everyone is a winner each game!

You will receive an explicit rulebook together with the cards.

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