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Duck Duck Bruce


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  • 2 to 5 players
  • Playing time: About 15 minutes
  • 66 cards, 1 custom die
  • High gloss graphics
  • Made in the USA
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Product Description

Product Description

A flock of ducks waddling through bizarre locations and a rambunctious dog named Bruce. If this sounds like a strange combination for a card game, wait until you give it a try! After just one round, we guarantee you'll be barking (or quacking) for more. Remember to say "Duck!" every time you reveal a duck card and do your best to resist the temptation of turning over more cards. Oh, and Bruce loves to be scratched behind his ears, and on his belly, and well - just about everywhere else! HOW TO PLAY: Look out ducks, make way for Bruce! In this quacked-up card game, ducks are waddling everywhere - the circus, the beach, even the moon - and Bruce is hot on their tails. Gather the most high-scoring ducks by turning over cards one at a time. The more cards you reveal, the more you can collect. But if Bruce shows up, your ducks better take cover before that wily hound ruffles some feathers! Get the highest score and you're one lucky duck. 2 to 5 Players. Playing Time: about 15 minutes.

From the Manufacturer

A flock of ducks waddling through bizarre locations and a rambunctious dog named Bruce. If this sounds like a strange combination for a card game, wait until you give it a try. After just one round, we guarantee you’ll be barking (or quacking) for more. Remember to say “Duck.” every time you reveal a duck card and do your best to resist the temptation of turning over more cards. Oh, and Bruce loves to be scratched behind his ears, and on his belly, and well – just about everywhere else.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000OOL7MC
  • Item model number: 235
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243,940 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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It is a fun family game and I recommend it.
grandma
Once you know how to play it, it plays easy and fast, and you can modify the rules easily to "house rules" for whatever ages you are playing with.
mweye
We got this card game for my daughter for Christmas and she LOVES it.
C. Reisdorf

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ulyyf on April 8, 2009
Gamewright is a kids game powerhouse. Not every game is a winner with adults, admittedly, but the kids seem to like all of them. Haven't found a one they don't ask for!

This is a basic "push your luck" game. You're drawing cards and hoping not to make a match or draw a Bruce, and you have to decide whether to take a risk and draw another card or to keep what you already have. As such, children develop a general feel for probability. And of course you get to add your cards at the end, which builds basic addition for small children, as well as sorting skills (cards are divided into suits) for even smaller children. The three year old niece understood the rules as soon as they were explained, and was quite able to hold her own in this game. (In fact, due to the vagaries of chance, she WON against both me and her sister!)

Both nieces thought it was fun. I think it's a little too luck based to hold my attention for long, but then I don't like poker much either :)

I would definitely recommend this for any household with children under 10.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ken Payne on December 5, 2008
We got this for our 5 year-old's birthday. I love it because it's fun for adults plus my 3 year old can almost play it too. The pictures on the cards are bright and fun. Simple and easy to learn (you do have to read the instructions carefully, but you can teach the game to another person in a few easy steps), and you can play a whole game in just a few minutes. I would recommend this game to anyone.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Reisdorf on January 13, 2008
We got this card game for my daughter for Christmas and she LOVES it. She is 7 years old and really enjoys playing it. The games go very fast, and you can play as many rounds as you want, so it's a perfect "filler" when you have a few minutes to spare in a waiting room or while dinner is cooking. And when the round is over, she has to practice her math skills as she adds up her cards to see who is the winner. I would recommend this game for sure!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 29, 2009
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Great for adults! I got this for my 7 year old nephew for Christmas. He wasn't too sure about it, but boy did the adults have a good time with it. Simple to get started yet most definitely something for the strategy buffs out there. My 9 year old nephew enjoyed playing with all of the adults. Overall I really enjoy games for kids that pose somewhat of a challenge for the adults too. This one most definitely does that!
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This game really grows on you quickly. It only took playing it twice for it to become an eagerly asked for game by the kids. For little boys who love taking risks and pressing their luck, this is a lot of fun, adults love it to. It is different everytime so it doesn't get boring. You have to decide if the deck is stacked in your favor or if turning over another card might be just ONE too many. The idea is to collect as many different ducks as possible because you only score the highest card in each "suit" you gather. So high cards are good to grab, but having more lower cards could win the game, if someone gets too greedy and turns over Bruce or duplicates a card they already flipped over. Luck, stategy, and some probability thinking are involved. The illustrations are adorable and the kids love the anticipation of trying to go for "just one more card." You can't lose with this one. We love it. I would buy it for gifts too, a lot of fun!
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By mweye on February 14, 2009
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This game is nice and short to play, very good for little kids to learn strategy and basic counting. Once you know how to play it, it plays easy and fast, and you can modify the rules easily to "house rules" for whatever ages you are playing with. We play with our 4 and 6 year old. Fun game, I'd recommend it.
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By C. L. Mendonsa on February 2, 2011
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I bought this because my grandkids love card games. They LOVE it. They play it over and over again. Ages 5 and up can play. The 4-year-old doesn't get it. Adults enjoy it too...(or maybe they enjoy seeing the kids play!) So I bought one for each family!
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By luv2mommy on February 7, 2013
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A friend loaned us a copy and we purchased it because our kids liked it so much. We bought this for a niece for Christmas as well. Good for including younger kids because they can identify patterns and counting, but still fun for my 8 year old.
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