A "spot the difference" game for children aged three and above, with a various themes. The game board consists of twelve double-sided tiles (with different pictures on each side), arranged in three rows (horizon, river, field); the players look at the board and try to memorize it. Then they close their eyes while three of the tiles are flipped over. The players must find which tiles have been flipped over and say what the difference is. The first player to spot a difference correctly receives a pony token. The first player to collect four pony tokens wins the game.
Hide & Seek is a simple perception and memory game. It also trains concentration, and if the players are asked to describe the differences in detail it can also broaden vocabulary and aid fluency of speech.