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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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my 96 year old Mom LOVES this game

9/3/2015 by christine

I play this game with my 96 year old mother. She was a math major, and her math skills are still pretty good -- she enjoys it and I like that it is somewhat similar to Scrabble (starting off with 7 tiles) though it's easier to play since you don't have to write anything down and only need a flat surface, not a board.

I'd recommend this for anyone with an aging relative in the house -- though I imagine kids just learning math would love it, too. You know how it is when they 'get' something for the first time? I imagine kids just starting to learn math would feel very proud of themselves. Would probably also be great as a game that includes little kids AND seniors. Not many games span the generations like that.



9/2/2015 by Tiffi

It didn't capture the interest of the 4 yr old as I had hoped but all the adults loved it!



9/2/2015 by gayle

It has help my Zoey a whole lot....She was on target when school started.



9/2/2015 by William

Easy to play, with the added caveat it is not just straight math. Very good game. My 10 year old granddaughter 'got it' quickly, and the adults had fun too. Highly recommend.


Great Purchase

9/2/2015 by Mary Jo

I purchased this for my husbands 5th grade classroom. He will use it to incentivize his students to finish their work. The benefit is the increased math proficiency they will achieve while having fun with math.



8/31/2015 by Howard

This has to be one of the best Grommet gifts. From the moment my grandchildren got it, they were hooked. I originally bought three sets to give to my grandchildren. Now I have to buy more for their friends. Three generations are playing together. Couldn't ask for anything better



8/31/2015 by Kathy

It's a great game. Very engaging and fun :)


Fun and Educational

8/31/2015 by Mary

Purchased this to play with my 5 year old visitor and we love it. You can adapt it to their level of math skills and still have a terrific time. Well made. Glad I made the purchase.


Looks like a lot of fun!!!!

8/31/2015 by Nancy Lee

I bought this for a Christmas present but I may wind up buying another if I cannot keep myself from opening it before then!!!!


the kids love Mobi...

8/31/2015 by Eileen

Awesome! From the four yr. to the ten yr. old, after Mobi
the whale's contents were left with the two girls, didn't see them for about two hours...all was giggly, laughing, and learning something of arithmetic! I've bought more than
one, and am waiting for the next two grandchildren to grow
a little more, and will then send Mobi the whale to them, tout de suite.

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The Möbi Story

Math lovers (and haters) unite!

Calculated Fun

Möbi is a fun, fast-paced number tile game. The goal is to make simple math equations as quickly as possible—a great way for kids or grown-ups to apply math skills. Plus, it comes in an adorable blue whale.

Players draw blue number tiles, then use them to create simple equations (like 2+3=5) by including white math tiles (plus signs, minus signs, multiplication signs, etc.). Each valid equation is called a “pod.” Keep using your blue tiles to build new equations on those pods, almost like a crossword.

The first one to use all their blue tiles yells “Möbi” to win. Wild card tiles and a few
other creative rules make this a great family game. Want to play with younger kids? Just remove the multiplication and division tiles.

With no scores to calculate or paper or pencils, all you need to play Möbi is a flat surface. It’s a great travel, beach, or picnic game. And it can help kids with hand-eye coordination, cooperative play, and automaticity, which is the ability to apply learning automatically without actively thinking about it.

Wife-husband creators Vanessa and Mark Ellingson like classic word games (Scrabble, Bananagrams) that disguise learning as play. They wanted to invent a game their son, Noah, would stay interested in as he grows up.

Whether or not you think you love math, you’re bound to love Möbi.
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