CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Wild Planet Animal Scramble
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- Designed for preschool kids
- Develops turn-taking and sharing
- Friendly, encouraging voice calls out the clues, easy or challenging, as you learn
- For 1 to 6 players
- Features an electronic hand-held tagger shaped like a giraffe and four friends
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I bought this game a few hours ago so I can't say how long it will last, but it sure is fun! I was going to get the regular Hyper Dash for my daughter even though it is for older kids, but I saw this one and (after much debate) I decided to get it instead. Not only is it adorable, but it burns energy. Although the regular Hyper Dash would probably have been more fun as a family game (adults enjoy it too, from what I hear) this game is very fun for her to play by herself or with a friend. Her and her cousin have been playing it in the "treasure hunt" mode, which is like hide-and-seek, for awhile and love it.
Here is how it works. There are 4 different modes of play (play alone, play with group, treasure hunt and memory) and 5 different levels. When you play alone, you spread out the four animals and the base (giraffe) calls out animals, colors, sounds, attributes or letters (depending on the level) and the child "tags" the corresponding piece with the base. You can keep all of the pieces in front of your child so that they can sit and play or you can spread them out around the room so that your child has to run around to get to them. We even put one up a couple steps so that the kids had to climb to get to it. At the end the giraffe tells you how long it took you to finish so that you can try to beat your record. Group play is the same except that the base tells you when to pass to another player. Treasure hunt is just like hide-and-seek. One player takes the giraffe and counts.Read more ›
We also have Hyper Dash (which we like equally well), but I think my son enjoys this one more because he can do ALL of the levels instead of just a few like with Hyper Dash. We'll probably stick with this one for another year or so. Overall, I'd definitely recommend this game for anyone with kids 5 and under!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The green "tiny" peg piece that hold the animal is too fragile for this type of game. The game itself is awesome. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Connie Sue Smith
I bought this game for my daughter when she was three. She loved it played often alone or with friends. We never had any problems. Read morePublished 20 months ago by tiffinie adams
My family really enjoyed this game when I gave it to them. The animals and colors are bright and fun. They are so much fun, that they will get broken! Read morePublished on February 22, 2014 by Dr. Oceanfront
Was a great toy for the 10 minutes it worked. Then one of the green "pegs" broke, so I had to glue it down. Went to play again and the Giraffe suddenly stopped working. Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by K. Munson
Agree with other post that the small animals sit on a thin flimsy breakable peg. Much worse, our speaker stopped functioning. Intermittent at first, then completely gone. Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by R. Lee
super fun energy expender for 2 and up - however, kids rushing around often means falling down, and the giraffe broke within 10 plays. bogus. Read morePublished on April 12, 2012 by Molecular Mom Michelle
Like some other reviewers stated, my two sons were excited to get this game up and running. After waiting patiently for us to get a screwdriver small enough and batteries to set... Read morePublished on January 16, 2012 by dtully
Grandchildren loved this game. A wide spread of ages can have fun so it is very inclusive. I am ordering a second one, because the green stands break off with the peg sticking... Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by J. Sanders
My 4 y/o niece definitely loved this toy. Overall this was a great find. The base to one of the animals broke pretty early on but she had me finding monkeys and elephants for hours... Read morePublished on August 21, 2011 by USN2EE