ThinkFun Ducks In A Row
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- Kids will giggle at the colorful beach board and plucky duck characters
- Players can move up and down, side to side, and diagonally
- Fun strategy game
- Features twelve plastic duck tokens in two different colors, one printed game board, and fun for two players
- For ages between 5 to 7 years
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This competitive board game is like a wacky version of checkers. Kids will giggle at the colorful beach board and plucky duck characters. After deciding whether they want to be the duck that surfs or the one that water skis, the two opponents face off, and try to be the first to line up four ducks in a row. Players can move up and down, side to side, and diagonally, but they can’t jump themselves or their opponent. A fun strategy game, players have to pay attention to their opponent’s moves, as well as their own.
- Recommended Ages: 5 years & up
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Top Customer Reviews
The board is pretty small, but very cute. The ducks are thick cardboard and may bend after lots of use, but I think if kids are not too rough with it, the game will last a long time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our family loves this game. Instructions are easy to understand and start playing right away. My 6 year old and 9 year old love it.Published 19 months ago by Lidia Koppel
My dyslexic son can't play a lot of games because most involve reading. There is no reading in this game just strategy. He loves it. Read morePublished on June 13, 2013 by Toottown
My husband and I both enjoy playing this game with our 5 y.o. As a matter of fact she bit both of us a few times. The game is definitely suitable for a 5 y.o.. Read morePublished on July 10, 2012 by Marka Twain
My son who is 5 got this game for Christmas. He often asks me to play with him and we both enjoy it very much.Published on January 2, 2011 by Elena