Leaves and nuts are hanging from the branches of the high-rising tumble-tree. Like squirrels do in nature, players take these leaves and nuts in autumn in order to stock up on supplies for the winter.
On your turn, you open a hole in the forest ground and try to cause the nut to drop from the tree into that hole.

Over the course of the game, the forest and meadow holes of the playing area turn from an autumn landscape into a winter scene. Now all squirrels show how well they remember where they hid their nuts. As the nuts are dug out, the snow on the playing area melts away more and more. By the end of the game, spring has come, visible to everybody.


Author: Harald Fecher, Thomas Liesching

Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts. Choking hazard!


  • 1 Board
  • 20 Memory Tiles
  • 1 Wooden Tree
  • 8 Wooden Branches
  • 16 Wooden Nuts
  • 16 Cardboard Tiles


  • Article number: 601105128
  • Age recommendation: from 4 years, Players: 2 - 4
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