On Kickstarter the 7th of September 2021 
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Key features:

  • Magnetic
  • Cooperative
  • 4 games in one book
  • Light and compact

Kids will learn:

  • Left-Right
  • Teamwork and communication
  • Planning and forecasting
  • Map and coordinates

Game of Hunt is four different games with their own immersing stories. Here is a sneak-peek into the stories:

Hunt a trash monster helping a town and inhabitants to deal with a sudden trash storm and make the town clean again!

Help small gnomes to hunt for mushrooms for cooking a birthday soup for daddy gnome. Be aware that those mushrooms are magical and could teleport you to an unexpected forest part!

Assist friendly aliens to hunt for resources on a new planet. Their homeworld is run out of resources and they need your help!

Hunt for treasures and gold in the abandoned monkey temple in jungle forests. Wait, it’s not so abandoned. A funny dancing monkey tries to warn you about some danger!

More than 70 families have playtested “Game of Hunt”. Here is what they say:

The quality of the game was amazing. It was built very well. You feel that at the first contact, and you have the same feeling all the time.

Simple yet strategic.

Overall the game is well thought out and very smart. The designs are perfect and the magnetic gimmick is great!

Really appreciate that there are several game modes to keep the game fun over and over. Can’t wait to own this game!

About us

We are a family of outdoor and board game enthusiasts. We live in the land of Trolls 🙂

When we are not hunting for trolls on the mounting hikes we are playing and discussing board games. Usually with a cup of tea and nice chocolate.

We have created Sweet Troll Games to design, develop and publish sweet fun board games and to share them with you.

Alex, Anastasia and Nikolai

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