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- For Ages 3-6 yrs
- Mix and match to create crazy critters
- Perfect for younger children because there is no reading required
- Two to Four players
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Top Customer Reviews
Just wanted to provide some feedback and possibly save some other parents some money. Wait until your kids are 4 or 5 for this one.
Cootie is a simple game and consists of a set of dice, enough bodies, heads, legs, tongues, antennae and eyes for four people to play. The object of the game is to roll the dice to see what body part you get. For example, if you roll a 1 you get the body, 2 is a head, etc. The player then snaps the pieces together to create their Cootie bug. The first player to have a whole Cootie put together is the winner, but a "whole" Cootie includes a body, head, two eyes, two antennae, six legs, and a curly tongue. Each of these body parts are brightly colored and you wont' build two alike. Two to four players can join in at a time. We have even combined a couple of games so more people can play!
This game is designed for children aged 3 - 6 years old, but adults and even teenagers seem to have fun while constructing the bug. Smaller children are often not interested in rolling the dice - they just want to build the Cootie bug. When I first introduced my girls to Cootie, they just snapped the pieces together and built a bug. Once they were about five years old, they were more interested in playing the actual game.Read more ›
One of our kids received this as a gift about 2 years ago. We did try to play it several times, but it was nothing but frustrating. The little parts were so poorly made that the legs and such did not stay in tightly and kept falling out. This was unbelievably disappointing for the kids. It was really just about unplayable. I had to get rid of it.
Maybe we were just unlucky or maybe they're making this cheaply these days. I don't know. All I can say is I wouldn't waste your money finding out. There are plenty of better games out there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Board games and gaming technology have come along way over the years. Unfortunately, Cootie got worse. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Keva B
This classic game remains as cute as ever, although the pieces can be a bit too loose or too tight as ever, too. ;)Published 16 days ago by Dee Bee
My granddaughter loves it but I am disappointed in the quality of the pieces. The legs are especially difficult to keep attached.Published 22 days ago by Janet
My kids played this at their cousin's house and loved it, great game for younger children and you can't beat the price!Published 23 days ago by Allona
love that this game is still available, I loved it as a child--good price, fast shipping--purchased as a giftPublished 1 month ago by Melanie B
Bought this game because it was fun to play as a child and my children like it too. Easy family game to play for kiddos of all ages.Published 1 month ago by Angela Eaton
Remember this game from the 80's? I used it as a teaching aid for phonetic instruction. Every time a student gets a phoneme (or syllable, or work, or whatever) correct they get... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Humanoid
Kids enjoy playing with them, but very frustrating to them that the pieces do not fit well. I spend a lot of time trying to fix for them.Published 1 month ago by G Moira