Cheating is forbidden? Not in this naughty game of cards – in fact, you'll probably have to cheat in order to win. In Mogel Motte you want to get rid of all the cards in your hand before anyone else. On a turn, a player places one card from her hand onto the discard pile; that card must be numbered exactly one higher or lower than the card on top of the discard pile. (The numbers wrap, so a 1 can be played on a 5 and vice versa.) If a player can't play a card, she draws one from the deck and her turn ends. There's another way to rid yourself of cards, though: cheating! Throughout the round, you can make cards disappear by dropping them on the floor, hiding them up your sleeve and so on. The player with the guard bug – and only him! – can call out other players for cheating. When one player has no cards in hand, the round ends. All other players score 10 points for each Cheating Moth in hand, 5 points for each action card, and 1 point for each number card. After a number of rounds equal to the number of players, the game ends and the player with the lowest score wins.
- Cheating is the key
- Cheating, throw your cards away without being caught
- Kid's favorite games and action card game
Game Time：30 min
Designer：Emely Brand, Lukas Brand