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Pressman Lucky Ducks -- The Memory and Matching Game that Moves
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- A modern version of a traditional matching game that moves while players try to find a match
- Simple format is easier for little fingers than cards and allows for independent gameplay
- Reinforces key developmental skills like color matching and memory
- More than 10 million units sold
- For 2-4 players, ages 3 and up
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Lucky Ducks Game
- 1 pond-shaped game unit
- 12 ducks
- 1 sticker sheet
- Complete instructions
- Requires 2 AA batteries (not included)
Lucky Ducks by Pressman
Ages 3 and up, 2-4 players
This wacky, quacky memory and matching game combines developmental skills for young children with the fun of a 'My First Game.' Switch on the circular pond, and the ducks start swimming - the bottom side of each duck has a colored shape. Players take turns picking up a duck and looking at the color and shape; if it matches their colored shape, they get to keep the duck. If it doesn't match, they put it back. The first player with 3 ducks that match their shape wins.
- Simple format is easier for little fingers than cards
- Rotating pond makes it more challenging than traditional memory games
- Develops shape and color recognition
- More than 10 million units sold
Playing the Game
Easy set up for repeat play
Place all 12 ducks on the game unit's pond so they face in a clockwise direction. Each player chooses a different colorful shape to collect: square, circle, triangle or star. Then press the large button in the center, and the ducks will start swimming.
Develops memory & matching skills
On each turn, a player picks up one duck and looks at the colorful shape on the bottom of that duck to see if it matches the colorful shape they chose to collect. If not, the player shows the shape to the other players and puts the duck back on the pond.
Promotes shape & color recognition
If the colorful shape on the bottom of the duck matches the shape the player chose to collect, then the player gets to keep the duck. Then play passes to the left to see if the next player can find a match.
Makes learning fun!
The first player to find all 3 ducks that match the colorful shape they chose is the winner, making that player the lucky duck.
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This wacky, quacky matching game combines developmental skills for young children with the fun of a "My First Game." Lucky Ducks offers all the benefits of memory and matching games in a format that's easier for little fingers than cards. As a bonus, it helps kids with shape recognition and colors. Switch on the circular pond, and the ducks start swimming - the bottom side of each duck has a colored shape. Players take turns picking up a duck and looking at the color and shape; if it matches their color and shape, they get to keep the duck. If it doesn't match, they put it back. The ducks continue to swim, so it's more challenging than a traditional memory game but easy enough for even the youngest duck lovers to play. This extra challenge makes the game more fun for parents and kids to play together with plenty of opportunities for fun and learning. For 2-4 players, ages 3 and up. Includes motorized "pond," 12 ducks and complete instructions. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
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I ended up giving it away to Goodwill to save my sanity. Then maybe a year later she realized it was missing. She started asking endlessly about it. I ended up giving in and got it for her birthday. But I am a sucker for that kid... Ugh. So now we own it again.
It's a fine game. Good quality. Probably fun for the kids. A terror for me, but whatever I guess.
Obnoxious quaking noise when motor spins the "pond" around.
Not safe for kids who still put stuff in their mouths (under three); the ducks can fit inside a toilet paper tube. Must be at least 3 years old to grasp the concept of the game (to obtain three matching ducks).
No longer a paperboard "lilly pad" for the players to put their ducks on, like the versions they had 20 years ago.
One of my ducks came with the bill upside down (no way for me to fix).
The ducks were ill-designed; they don't have a large base, so they can fall over easily.
I don’t think it’s that great. Feels pretty cheap and the list price for this is absurd. Also each player only has 3 shapes to collect so I don’t think it’s challenging enough for the age range. Do not spend more than $20 for this game. I bought it for $15 and I still feel like I’ve overpaid.