The "Kikeriki" cards depict animals and numbers. They are distributed face down, the players then turn them around simultaneously. If the numbers on the cards match, the players must imitate the voice of the animal in front of them. The fastest player wins the card. Kikeriki was published in 1895 by the traditional Frankfurt company Dondorf and distributed by Spear's Games from 1929. With the exception of minor adjustments, the game remains almost unchanged for many years to come.


  • Title: Card game "Kikeriki"
  • Creator: Verlag J. W. Spear & Söhne
  • Date Created: 1933
  • Location: Nuremberg
  • Type: Lithograph
  • Rights: Protected by copyright. Image credits: Nuremberg Municipal Museums, German Games Archive URL for copyright information: http://go.nuernberg.de/b067e748
  • Medium: Paper
  • Sammlung: Spear's Games Archive

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