Where’s my luggage?

Where's my luggage?

A clever game that spins around

You got off the plane, arrived to pick up your luggage and found out it was replaced?
Whether you’ve arrived for a vacation, a business trip or a family visit, you probably have exciting plans for the next few days. But first – don’t forget to collect your luggage before leaving the airport! Not as simple as it seems!
Category: Memory & Visual Perception, Family Games
Content: 4 passports • 18 passport stamps • 20 passenger tags • 9 luggage cards • 3 special cards • double-sided disk • spinning conveyor belt
Skills Learned: Memory & Visual Perception
2-4 Players
Ages6+
30 Minutes

How to Play

1
Where’s my luggage?
Try to reveal where all your suitcases are located on the board according to the passenger tag you received.
2
Where’s my luggage?
After you complete a passenger tag you receive a stamp. The first player to collect 4 stamps on his passport is the winner.
3
Where’s my luggage?
Rotate the board one click clockwise. That completes your turn.

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