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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.


Awesome product

8/31/2015 by Kathleen

Bought three of these for my grandchildren. They are gifts so they haven't actually played with them yet but all three moms gave it a huge thumbs up. Moms especially liked the Whale bag for holding the tiles - felt it was a "bonus"


Great game!

8/31/2015 by Judi

Perfect for my son. He can play with others, or even on his own, just practicing math skills. Nice small pouch to carry it around, great for traveling and for storing.


Great game!

8/31/2015 by Dan

Got it for a girlfriend who teaches 7th grade math and the kids who've played it have really enjoyed it. She admitted that they weren't into it at first, but after one round, they were hooked.


Great Idea

8/31/2015 by Steve

fantastic game for the grand-kids... they play it all the time and love it!


Great Idea

4/30/2019 by Cheleste

I love the Mobi tiles and the game sounds fun, though we haven't gotten a chance to play yet.
I did notice that I can take the two bags out of the whale bag, with a bit of effort, but they don't go back in very easily. I wish the bag either was bigger and had two compartments or was just bigger so I could put the two different bags back in with ease. I imagine that, as small as the bag is, we'd either have to put them back all loose and divide them out every time (not my favorite) or have to end up abandoning the cute whale bag and go with something that can hold the two sets of tiles separately without the struggle to get them back into a too small container. Excited to start playing and will add to review later.


Different but fun!

3/10/2019 by Brenda

So, I thought this would be a nice alternative to board or card games. Played with two others the first time. We all thought"Heck, this will be so easy!" And while it's not hard, it's not easy to win either. Got competitive pretty quick.

Can't play for hours, but a couple of games was fun.

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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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