Review | Squeak And Seek Mice

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Squeak and Seek Mice from University Games is a squeaky, cheeky, mouse-seeking game. Perfect for younger children it encourages memory and fine motor skills.

Really simple to set up the box only contains 4 different coloured squeaky miceand a pile of cheese cards, so there’s nothing to delay the fun!


The brightly coloured mice each have a sucker nose which allows you to pick up the cards.

To play the game each player chooses a coloured mouse and the cheese cards are all placed face down on the table. The cards are picked up with the sucker on the mouse nose and it gives a satisfying squeak as you press down! The cards all feature cheese to the back and on the front:


If any of the mice on the card match the mouse you are playing with you take it and place it face up in front of you. If it doesn’t match you put it face down in the middle of the table.

Rainbow Mouse

If you’re lucky enough to find one of these you keep it as it covers you for any of the colors.

Sneaky Cat

Unfortunately if you choose one of these you lose one of your collected cards.

Sleeping Cat

If you get the Sleeping Cat card everyone has to be very quiet until the next player finds a matching mouse card.

Cat Puzzle

There are six cards that make up a picture of the cat, once all six have been found the person who has collected the most mouse cards is the winner!

  • Age 3+
  • 2-4 players
  • £13.95

This was perfect to play with my 7 year old, she got the hang of it easily and won most of the games – I suspect there was a slight bit of cheating going on but we had great fun playing!

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Julie x (2)

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