A concentration game which recalls the architecture and countries of the 1992 Universal Exposition through color and design.
Color and design are the main features of our latest project EXPO: a matching card game recalling the architecture and countries that gathered in the 1992 International Exposition of Seville (Spain).
A quarter century later, some of the most representative pavilions meet again, linked to the territories of their respective nations and continents. The unique combination of countries like the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, Russia and Japan; alongside the presence of celebrated architects such as Tadao Ando, Santiago Calatrava and Nicholas Grimshaw, immerse us into the amazing and enchanting World Fair universe.
HOW TO PLAY
EXPO is more than a matching game. If you were thinking about the well-known concentration game you trifled with during your childhood, you’ll soon find out there’s much more to it than what it seems.
There are five different geographical areas in this game (Africa/Oceania - Asia - America - Europe West - Europe East), each one easily identified with the five colors of the iconic Expo’92 mascot, Curro (Yellow - Green - Blue - Red - Pink). This sounds easy so far, but now you need to know that each group is represented by five of the most recognizable pavilions and their countries. So, 5 pavilions and 5 countries per group means, yes, 50 cards.
And forget about that easy-peasy one-to-one matching… this time you must match pavilions to countries. For example, Hungary’s silhouette perfect pair will be its cool pavilion, designed by architect Imre Makovecz. Don’t panic! The names are written all over the place, we wouldn’t leave you on your own just like that.
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