by Jenny Holf & Tomas Falemo.

Have you ever wondered what it is like to drive a race car if you are a mole with very poor eyesight?

Well, it’s just like driving with your eyes closed!


  • Time: 20-30 min
  • Players: 2 – 6
  • Language: English rules, no game text

Racing as a Mole is challenging, but you wouldn’t have it any other way. You have practiced using your inner eye and learned how to sense the corners and obstacles. You are ready to race for glory!

Grab your car, take another look at the track, close your eyes, and start moving. In Mole racing you take turns moving your car along the track, avoiding the fence and the other cars. The first across the finish line wins!

On each turn the active player grabs their car, closes their eyes, and moves as far as they want to or until they hit something (other players check for this and call out ”crash” as needed). If anything is hit, leave the car where it crashed and skip the next turn.
Near misses and smooth cornering make for exciting gameplay.

About the designers

Tomas Falemo
Tomas has been playing board games since he was five and making up variations and scenarios for existing games since he was ten.

If you need someone to find the loopholes in the rules or make sure the balance is just right, Tomas can figure it out.

When he is not making board games Tomas is a programmer and improv actor and.

Jenny Holf
Although it was probably Jenny’s mother that was keeping her alive, game-wise she was brought up by her father and was therefore a card player at an early age. Further on Jenny entered the world of board games in her teenage years and has been stuck ever since, playing, demoing, competing, creating.

If you need someone to find creative solutions to tricky problems Jenny is your go-to.

Besides being a board game developer Jenny divides her time between raising children, being a politician, and working with AI and digitalization.