Match the Alien Card Game

Match the Alien is a fun and easy-to-learn card game for kids and families to improve visual memory, while also having a blast! Play with friends and family in four exciting modes of play with this game, while challenging your memory and recall skills with our fun aliens.

Ages 5+

2-4 players

$19.99

Availability: 18 in stock

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Juby is always enthusiastic and peppy and tends to charge into situations headfirst. She has a curious mind and loves to explore Earth and its people. Juby is very fast; using her ball-like shape to roll forward. Although Juby is fast, she sometimes has trouble maneuvering at high speeds. One of Juby’s favourite pastimes is to race Xalor on his hoverchair.

Pronouns: He/Him/His

S’poro is very kind and is always eager to help others, but his clumsiness sometimes gets him into trouble. He comes from a region where it’s all open skies and giant floating lily pads and rocks, so he’s not used to all the obstacles he has to maneuver around on Earth. S’poro always puts his best petal forward, so try not to be too upset if he accidentally knocks over your things.

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Xalor has a keen mind and is always challenging himself. He rides a hoverchair and has learned the tricks he can do on it: racing, flips, and agility courses! Xalor and Juby often race against each other for some fun and to test their limits. His home region was much warmer than Earth, so he wears a t-shirt to stay warm. Xalor enjoys spending time with Vivi tinkering with his hoverchair and learning about Earth’s technology.

Pronouns: They/Them/Theirs

Suul is silly and likes to joke around. They often play pranks with Javier and Kevin on their friends. They like to hide in buckets and air ducts by changing their shape like water to fit. Suul comes from an underwater region, so they need to absorb water every few days or they’ll start to shrink. Aside from mischief, there’s nothing Suul loves more than food!

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Orxa is generally very quiet and seems grumpy all the time, but that’s only because she comes from a quiet region and isn’t used to all the noise on Earth. Orxa uses her strong ears to walk around and pick up objects out of her reach. Her favourite pastimes are napping and reading with James and Sarah while munching on some cookies and milk.

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Sarah is shy, but once you get to know her, you’ll find she’s very gentle. Sarah is very creative and loves to draw. She often comes up with amazing ideas, but sometimes needs a little push to voice them. She likes to play video games with her sisters, but most of all, Sarah loves to relax under the shade of a tree and read.

Pronouns: He/Him/His

James is sweet and kind, always looking out for his friends. He likes to play video games and will join his friends when he gets the chance. James loves to read and will often join Sarah with a plate of cookies he baked with his Mommy. James doesn’t have siblings, but he has his two mommies and two dogs, Shelby and Gigi, for company!

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Kevin is laid back, but he also has a mischievous side. Kevin’s parents work overseas, so he lives with his grandparents and his cat, Enya. He loves napping and playing with Enya. Sometimes, Javier and Suul rope him into playing pranks on their friends. Kevin likes to play video games with James and Sarah, but his favourite pastime is to play basketball, especially with S’poro.

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Vivienne likes to be called Vivi by her family and friends. She’s cheerful and optimistic, always cheering up her friends. Vivi is very smart and often helps Xalor with his projects and devises plans to help her friends out of a bind. Vivi likes to watch cartoons and anime with her brother, André, on the weekend. She also takes martial arts lessons and practices with her sister, Charlie, at home.

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Javier is fun loving, mischievous, and always cracks jokes to cheer up his friends. He loves playing harmless pranks on his friends and family and often ropes Kevin and Suul into helping. Javier’s parents are divorced; he stays with his Mami during the week and visits his Papi on the weekends. Javier loves playing soccer and wants to be a professional player in the future.