Chicken Chicken Game

Chicken Chicken Game

# 056123

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Item #: 056123
Grades: 1-AD

Choking Hazard
  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

This “Egg-cellent memory game” is simple; once you’ve seen five egg cards overturned, be the first to slap the deck and get a point. However, other cards in play may mess up your count! Hens sit on eggs and those eggs are out of play, but if a fox comes along, the hen runs away and the egg is back in play. Will you be able to keep track of the eggs with all the hens and foxes running around? Slap the deck too soon and the yolk’s on you! Extra bonus cards allow for other play variations and add even more fun and confusion. First player to get 3 points wins. 2-8 players, with a playing time of approximately 20 minutes. ~ Megan

Publisher Description:

Count your chickens before they hatch! Reveal cards one at a time, keeping a mental tally of the eggs. Be the first to slap the pile when you think the total equals five. But watch out! Chickens, foxes, dogs, and others get mixed in to fowl up your count. The more characters you add, the more eggciting the game! Win three rounds and you rule the roost!

Category Description for Cooperative Games:

Our family has long enjoyed playing co-operative games from Family Pastimes. We play competitive ones, too, but enjoy fostering team spirit as we all work toward achieving a goal. If you haven't tried this alternative to playing together, here's an assortment of some of our favorites from this company.

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0.45 (lbs.)
5.75" x 4.75" x 1.38"
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Another great Gamewright card game. This is a memory game; cards are revealed one by one as players watch the deck and count the egg cards. But other cards change the count- hens sit on eggs, foxes take hens, worms distract hens, and so on. My 6 year old son enjoys playing, but we haven’t played with any other kids yet- this is a “slap the deck” game, something to keep in mind if that causes hurt feelings in your family.
August 30, 2022
4 months ago

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