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  • Roll the die! Create a path! Trap the bug!
  • 2-4 Players
  • Contents: 1 Special edition HEXBUG nano, 2 batteries, 3D game board with 24 movable utensils, 18 bug tokens, 1 die, instructions
  • Playing Time: 15 minutes
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There is a bug in the kitchen! Quick! Who'll catch it first? This bug is on the loose and moving fast! Guide the bug into your trap - One wrong turn and he'll get past!

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  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 11.8 x 2.2 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00ECDKCUE
  • Item model number: 22261
  • Our recommended age: 6 - 15 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 15 years
  • Batteries 1 LR44 batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,509 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. G. Gagliano VINE VOICE on October 15, 2013
We love our Hex Bugs in fact we have over 15 of them and they can usually be seen walking across the table or in their Hex Bug Habitrail. Now, we have a new way to use them and we love it!

There is some assembly required. The game is easy to put together. You simply punch out some circles or winning game pieces to be exact and insert to pegs into holes (that would be the silverware) roll the dice and go.

The game does come with a bug which we used to first time and have played enough to use each of our 15 bugs already.

The goal is to get the bugs to come to your side of the kitchen.

To play:

Roll the die
Depending on what you land a spoon, fork, knife or question mark you turn that utensil. If it is a question mark, turn whatever will bring the bug to your side of the kitchen.
Every time you get a bug in your section you take a game piece
The person with the most game pieces wins!

We loved it! The bug is jumping, you are flipping utensils and hoping that the path leads to your area. You can play with as few as two people and up to four. If you are doing two you simply use these little rectangles to block the other two areas.

Kids as young as 4 can play this game even though the age says 6.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zachary W. Dyer on August 8, 2014
I bought this game for my daughter's fourth birthday. We are a gaming family and i was excited to find a game that would be easy enough for her to learn but also be entertaining for adults to play with her.
Bugs in the kitchen does not dissapoint. The components are pretty sturdy, the gameplay was easy to learn and teach, and everyone has had fun playing it. As a bomus it comes with a spare battery for the little hex bug which im sure we will use.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Butler on January 27, 2014
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Fun fun fun. It's a simple game that's entertaining and fun for all age groups including adults. You set up different mazes and each person gets a trap. On your turn you turn a piece of the maze and hope to trap a bug. Quick setup and gameplay and fun. Highly recommend.
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Games are a fabulous and interactive way to make memories with friends and family. With six kids, we have a lot of games at our house. I've learned in my two decades of buying games, that Ravensburger is one of the few companies whose products stand the test of time for fun and durability. I was curious whether the new game, Bugs in the Kitchen would measure up to my expectations.

I enlisted the help of some young game testers (my 12 year old son as well as 10 and 8 year old daughters) to test drive Bugs in the Kitchen.
We immediately read over the directions for assembly (printed in several languages--especially fun if you have bilingual children). There is a one time assembly required to set up the board with plastic anchors underneath a game board and moveable utensils (fork, knife and spoon above board). I loved how the box perfectly houses the game board--this is game design at its best. Once assembled, the game board is fixed within the box.

The piece de rèsistance of the whole game is the HEXbug Nano. Comes all ready to go with a battery. Once your board is assembled, you put the bug in the center, turn it on and then the fun begins! First player rolls the die and if a utensil is rolled (fork, spoon, or knife), the corresponding utensil can be moved on the game board. If a question mark is rolled, player can move the utensil of their choice. The object of the game is move the utensils in such a way as to allow the bug to land in your trough area. When a bug falls into one of the troughs, the player gets one bug token.

This player then selects the starting position for the utensils and puts bug back in the center. They also get to roll first for this round. The first person to acquire 5 tokens, wins the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Beth E. Santana on January 2, 2014
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Another Ravensburger fun board game, complete with a battery operated moving bug! It is a fun easy game, different than other games we own, and the grandchildren really like it! The bug moves quickly, so it is a fast moving game!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By eva sager on August 18, 2014
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A silly, stupid, totally addictive game. I am pretty sure it was meant for children, but I've brought it to many adult parties just to find a crowd gathering around as everyone is cheering on the bug.
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At first, Bugs in the Kitchen simply seemed like an entertaining, silly children's game with its maze and electronic bug--and there really is nothing wrong with that. I quickly realized, though, that there is a lot of educational value to this game. Seems like a win-win!

My grandchildren, ages 4 and 11, and 6-year-old niece were very excited to play, especially once they saw that bug scampering around the game board! It was only moments before everyone was caught up in the excitement--cheering, laughing, and strategizing. It takes a fair amount of strategy, a lot of focus, and a little luck to catch that annoying cockroach. The children and adults loved the fast-paced playing--once we understood how to manipulate the utensils to guide the bug.

I like that the game was put together and the instructions were read and understood by my 11-year-old granddaughter. And I like that the children can totally play it by themselves if an adult is not available. So far, though, the adults have been happy to play it with the children.

My four-year old grandson is currently entertaining himself with the game and trying to explain how to play it to his two-year-old cousin. Even though the game is recommended for six and older, it seems to be quite entertaining for the two of them.

I would definitely recommend Bugs in the Kitchen.
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