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- It is a card game
- Cards each have pictures of various members of the aquatic food chain
- Flip over a card from your deck and devour--or be devoured by--your opponent's draw
- Octopus Ink-Outs and electric eels can change the order of things
- Instructions include game variations
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Top Customer Reviews
After the cards are evenly distributed among the players, they all reveal their top card simultaneously. This card represents them in the food chain. The object is to be the first player to slap their hand on the lowest link and yell "chomp!" That player gets to collect the cards played. There are penalties for chomping when you shouldn't or chomp the wrong thing. The player who is the lowest in the hand can't chomp anything.
If an octopus comes into play, its ink keeps everyone from getting eaten. These cards are held to the side and included in the next hand's winnings. If an electric eel is played, it starts a feeding frenzy (even if there is an octopus). The first player to slap the eel and yell "Feeding frenzy!" wins the hand. Play continues until there are only two players left with cards. The game can them be resolved in one of three ways.
Although this award-winning game is rated for ages six and up, my not-quite-four-year-old really enjoys playing and is able to hold his own. Check it out.
Lots of fun and easy to play even for young children.
Wouldn't buy it again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great game..our 7 year old really enjoyed playing. More limited than other games from this mfg such as rat-a-tat- cat, sleeping queens et al.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
My 6 year old nephew absolutely loves this game. Everytime he comes over he asks to play it. It's a nice change from the standard card games for kids.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
While basically a kid friendly game of 'war', my son seems to love this game and has yet to tire of playing it.Published 7 months ago by daniele amtmann
Great game my 6 yr old and 4 yr old can play together independently. We changed the rules a bit so for now they play it like a food chain version of war. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Faith K.