Keystone, Black Hills, South Dakota. From their 60-foot view, four proud heads are looking around: Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and — wait a second! Is Abraham Lincoln winking?!
Mount Rushmore is a game about quick wit and a keen eye! Each turn, a Search card is revealed. Everyone must quickly identify which Monument card matches the face-up Search card in order to win the round! This is not as easy as it may seem, because each of the 16 Monument cards is unique, even though they might look the same at a quick glance!
Mount Rushmore supports being played at various difficulty levels, allowing you full control over the game experience. For a lighter, more family-friendly game, we recommend the Basic setup. For a more challenging experience, try the Advanced Game instead! For a complete mind-bending experience of Mount Rushmore, set up an Expert Game!
Would you ever have imagined that the great Presidents’ would be tricky like this?
Enjoy Mount Rushmore with 2 to 10 players! Actually, because the real-life Mount Rushmore is quite large, you can also play the game with any number of players you like. Just make sure that everyone can see the Search card and all Monument cards clearly. How about a new Guinness World Record for the largest game of Mount Rushmore?