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ThinkFun Snack Attack


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  • Includes 1 snack attack spinner platter and 6 double-sided snack plates
  • Two levels of play
  • Includes a parents guide
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 3.4 x 10.2 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004INGVIK
  • Item model number: 7930
  • Our recommended age: 4 - 6 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,803 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
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Craving a fun time. Bring Snack Attack. to the table and serve up a fast-paced picture matching game. Start play by cranking the Spinner Platter to reveal seven Snack Tokens, then race to match these tokens to the foods already on your plate. You win by collecting the most Snack Tokens. Snack Attack builds memory and concentration skills in younger players and is entertaining fun for the whole family.

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ThinkFun Snack Attack

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Customer Reviews

It is fun, well paced and easy to pick up.
Drew
Snack Attack reminds me of other simple Think Fun games like Zingo in that is is great for younger kids who want to play games with the family.
Rebecca Raznick
The game sneaks in hidden learning opportunities, working visual, memory and verbal skills - and your kids will think they're "just playing!"
Daniel F.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Drew on July 2, 2011
Playing games with my three year old can be trying sometimes. Candyland is so boring and my daughter loses interest right away. With Snack Attack she can spin the wheel and lay out the game chips, then she can make matches quickly and easily. This is a game we've played over and over together. It is fun, well paced and easy to pick up. It is well constructed and unique. There are also two levels of play, easy and challenging so the game can grow with your child's skill level. A definite must have for the little ones.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By ROSA SHENG on August 7, 2011
Since getting Snack Attack, my kids have been seeking out this game everyday for the last week to play. My 6 and 2 year old and I can "play" together. We helped the little one a bit with the "rules", but she is excited by the food graphics and eager to get a "match". They love having a turn at being "chef" as cooking/good healthy food are a big thing in our household. The wheel is well designed and I love the fact that the token dispenser is also the storage unit when not in game mode. Helps contain the "scattered and lost" pieces of games that make them non-functional after a while. Loads of fun scrambling to see who can call out the snacks and stack fast. (Silliness at its best!)

My only suggestion for improvement would be about some of the snacks depicted. Cupcakes, Ice Cream sundaes and Juice boxes are rarely eaten for snacks in our household and more likely seen as special treats. My 6 year old asked for these as snacks the day we got the game and I needed to explain that these weren't good for snacks because of XYZ...
With the concern of childhood obesity and sugar consumption being a prime suspect, I would enjoy seeing other snacks replace these (even though they do catch the eye/imagination). Maybe muffin, instead of frosted cupcake? Maybe Yogurt parfait with fruit/granola instead of ice cream sundae? Grapes or other fruits instead of Grape Juice?

Another idea would for Thinkfun to sell supplement edition kits to the basic game to keep kids interested over time. (ie., Dinner Attack with Plates/Tokens showing dinner items) Breakfast Attack with eggs/toast/etc.)

Our family is a big fan of ThinkFun and we are excited to have another great educational game in the house that not only entertains, but builds their learning skills as well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By OT Mommy on August 9, 2011
It was easy enough to play with my 3 year old, but I do recommend that you do not try to play it with a competitive 6 year old, as they both may get frustrated. It took them a few turns to understand to flip the 2 sided disc so that the matches touch, but overall, it was a quick game that the four of us played as a family for about 10 minutes. My 6 y.o. could have gone longer, and it was enough for the 3 y.o.. Mind you, this was just before bedtime... Either way, I got 2 thumbs up from the boys. When asked what they liked best, it was being able to "yell Snack Attack" and being the chef.

It was super easy to set up, which is nice because games and toys now-a-days are not parent friendly. There are not a lots of parts to lose, but I can see losing the food discs. Think Fun did try to limit the loss with their plastic tube in which to keep and spin them around its track, though.

Therapeutic uses:
Language development- Snack Attack promotes food related vocabulary expansion, categorization, articulation, social pragmatics, and turn taking through a playful matching game.

Visual Perceptual Skills- Snack Attack can be used for scanning activities, matching, figure ground, visual discrimination, visual memory and more....

Special Needs- The game can help or be adapted for fine motor development, and can be easily used by those with upper extremity issues by having them be the "Chef" and having them turn the spinner with little resistance. Through some dycem or other non skid under the plates and serving platter piece to keep it more stable on a slippery surface. You could also adapt a universal cuff to hold a suction to pick up the discs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark Emdee on April 22, 2012
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The cardboard snack chip dispenser does not work well, and the stacking of the snack chips can get knocked over easily. This is just another yelling and grabbing game, and matching, with little thinking.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Luna B. on July 1, 2011
This is a great game for adults to play with little ones or for kids to play together. It is easy for new players to catch on and allows everyone to play at once- perfect for working on group play skills! Also an easy way to sneak in a conversation about healthy snacking!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Wynder on June 29, 2011
Snack Attack! is from ThinkFun's Jr line geared towards younger children, which I think is great because I am a huge advocate for fun and interactive games that challenge the mind of a child and promote healthy growth and development. The Snack Attack! game does just that as its fast-paced action includes matching, visual recognition, memory skills, concentration, involves the use of fine motor skills, and lets children have an enjoyable time while challenging their minds! We had such an exciting time playing Snack Attack with our daughter! Setting up was super easy and learning how to play was not complicated at all and completely understandable for a young child such as my daughter. Overall, it is a great buy and I would completely reccommend it to others!
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