Princess Mina Jewel Matching Game (Haba)

I’ve been meaning to post a new update for months (since March, to be exact), but then life happened. Like in a little 38cm bundle who was born 2 months early. We’re all fine now and by now settled into some kind of a routine, so I hope I can start keeping our website up to date again.

Here’s a new game that I illustrated for HABA, and it’s now the second installment of the “Princess Mina” series. Your remember the puzzles?

Anyway, this is basically a memory game for 2-4 players aged 4-99 years. You have to match the colorful jewels, and when you get it right, you can keep them and use them to make a pretty necklace with the amulet you chose.

What’s interesting here is that there’s a different cover specifically for the French edition, where they liked the Asian princess better.

As always, this was a lot of fun, and there’s even be a third installment of the “Princess Mina” series on the horizon!

Here are both covers, the German and the French version.

German cover close up.

French cover close up.

Everything laid out.

These are the princess amulets.


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