|Number of Players
||Dennis Kirps, Jean-Claude, Pellin
||Games Factory Publishing
What's Up is a fast paced card-flipping game in which you race to collect sets of birds first.
To set up, shuffle the thirty double-sided cards and then lay them out on the table in a grid. Each card has 1-3 birds in one of four colors — red, green, yellow, purple — with the reverse of the card having either the same number of birds in a different color or the same color of birds in a different number. Thus, each number + color combination will appear five times in the deck.
On your turn, choose a card in the grid, then flip it over. If you can add it to your collection, do so; if you can't, return the bird to the grid with the newly revealed side face up. Your goal: collect sets of birds in a single color, with you needing to take the single bird first, then the pair, then the triplet. Depending on the number of players, the first player to collect 2-4 sets wins . Keep an eye on what others do, remember what was flipped where, and play the odds when deciding to flip the birds!