As a bee, do you head for a flower with no pollen? Of course you don’t. You want to get as much as possible out of the colourful plant, to fill up the jar of honey with pollen chips as quickly as possible and win the game. But which flowers have how many chips? You’ll need a good ear, as when the chips drop into the flower tubes, you can work out whether the flower is empty or full by listening to the sound it makes. Now all you need is a bit of luck with the dice to get your bee to the right flower and then nothing will stand in the way of a full jar of honey. If the dice don’t go your way, you’ll need to remember which flowers sound “full” – it can be the key to victory. This mixture of memory and careful listening results in an exciting children’s game.
by Anna Oppolzer and Stefan Kloß
for 2 to 4 players
Age indication: from 5
Duration: 15 to 25 minutes
Price: ca. 25 Euro