It’s time for another post about Disney games! So gather the kids and get ready to see Mickey Mouse deal some cards and match you with some fun:
If magic was only dealing cards…
This game has nothing to do with magic. It is simply a card matching game to help youngsters between the ages of 4-7 develop memory skills.
The rules are simple: The game is played in rounds. In each round of play, the Mickey dealer is spun, cards are picked and the Magic Card is matched or put out of play. For more detailed instructions, please read the following pages:
Produced in 1986 by Milton Bradley Co.
There are 8 Goofy cards, 8 Donald Duck cards, and 8 Mickey Mouse cards to match:
The magic cards are divided into 2 each of double Goofy, Donald, and Mickey cards:
Then there are 2 each of mixed pair Goofy, Donald, and Mickey cards:
And lastly there are 4 triple match cards:
The game I purchased for $7.50 CAN was complete except for some stickers that were to go on Dealer Mickey.
In conclusion, there was also a pamphlet in the box for other Disney games by Milton Bradley:
So which of these games do you have?