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Igloo Pop Board Game


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  • Age range: 7 and up / Number of players: 2 to 6 / Play time: 15 to 20 minutes
  • Manufacturer: Rio Grande Games
  • 12 igloos, 60 talers, 12 stickers, 90 glass beads, 33 cards, 1 rule booklet
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  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 8.7 x 1.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000UH4L8
  • Item model number: 23800
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,983 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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The young ice giant has a big problem: he wants to buy fish sticks but he cannot remember how many and he has nine shopping lists in his basket. So he goes from igloo to igloo and shakes each. In each he listens to the delicious fish sticks bouncing off the igloo walls. When he thinks that the igloo in his hand has the same number of fish sticks as one of his shopping lists he takes it home. When he gets home there are no fish sticks in the igloo. Instead wild and laughing Eskimo children tumble out of the igloo. Excitedly they shout Shake us again! That was great fun! This is super thinks the young ice giant. Now I have found some new friends to play with! And he promptly forgets all about his shopping lists.

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High recommend this game for anyone, especial families.
sam
You get a bunch of empty igloos, a bigger bunch of tiny glass beads (very cool tiny glass beads), igloo bottoms, and a sheet of stickers numbering 2-13.
Bernard De Koven
The game play is very easy .The rules are easy to read and follow .
Jeff Brignon

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bernard De Koven on July 3, 2007
Igloo Pop, from Rio Grande Games is a family game requiring listening, estimating, and some deductive reasoning. The main component of the game is 12 plastic igloos, housing (thanks to you patience and care) from 2-13 tiny glass beads. If you shake the igloos, and listen carefully, you can actually estimate how many of those little beads they each contain. It is one of the few games that center on the senses, and, if only because of that, merits our collective attention. Especially when you think about how many games there are, designed specifically for children, that involve everything but the senses. There are guessing games, memory games, thinking games, drawing games, puzzles. But how many games can you name that involve auditory discrimination? My wife said it reminded her of a Montesorri activity. Only much more fun.

In addition to the igloos, you get a deck of 33 cards, and ten small wooden discs ("Thalers") of different colors, one color for each of up to 6 players. The cards have anywhere from one to 3 different numbers on them - each number corresponding to a quantity of beads. Nine cards are turned face up, and the game begins. Players take turns selecting and shaking the igloos.

If you think an igloo has a quantity of beads that matches one of the cards, you place it on that card, and put one of your Thalers in a tight-fitting slot located by the door of each igloo. If the card has 3 different numbers on it, you are correct as long as the count matches any of the 3 numbers. You might also notice that there is only one Eskimo pictured on that card. Remember, some cards have only one number on them. Those cards have only one matching igloo. But they also have three Eskimos.
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I bought this game due to the story that goes with it along with the game play that you listen to guess how many beads/ Eskimo kids are in the igloos. You are a young frost giant going to the market to buy fish sticks .You go from igloo to igloo shaking them listening to the delicious fish sticks bouncing off the walls .When you think the igloo in your hand has the same number of fish sticks you are looking for .You take it home. When you get home there are no fish sticks in the igloo just wild and laughing Eskimo children tumble out . The game play is very easy .The rules are easy to read and follow . I will say that I do believe that this game is out of print. I paid more then it is worth to some people. I saw a review for this game on the dice tower channel on YouTube with my kids .After we saw it we though this is a game we would all like and play together. If your looking for a game that has a lot going on like Puerto Rico this may not be for you. If your looking for a game that has a silly story ,wagers, listening try this out . We had a great time playing looking forward to playing this more!!!
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By sam on May 24, 2013
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I have a pretty good size collection of board games and no game get more request to get played after playing it once than Igloo Pop. I have taught people ages 6-72 how to play and everyone loves it. Very simple to teach, fast game to play and tons of fun. High recommend this game for anyone, especial families.
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This is a review by my eight year old daughter:

I like this game a lot because you have to listen carefully but choose quickly. It is hard, but fun.

I played it with my grandparents and my parents and we laughed a lot and had fun. I think even little kids would be able to play the game too.
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