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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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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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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. The other player hides the animals and then the giraffe calls out the names of the animals one by one for the player to find and "tag." This mode is definately the favorite so far. My only complaint is that the giraffe only counts to ten and the kids don't have enough time to collect and hide the other pieces. There is no way to pause the giraffe either, so as soon as one person finds all the pieces he goes right into counting for the next person. I guess kids have short attention spans anyway, so they aren't complaining! In memory mode the giraffe calls out 1 animal name, then 2, then 3, etc. and the player has to find them in the order they were called.
Other than the issue in treasure hunt mode that I mentioned, there is one other thing that I was a little dissappointed about. The box that this game comes in cannot be used to store the pieces because it has a hole in the front that is big enough for the pieces to fall out. Even though I would prefer to have a place to keep the pieces, it's not dissappointing enough to take off a star. This game is still great!
The pros: Pieces seem durable, cute, many modes of play, daughter loves it, active game, unique and fun!
The cons: Not enough time to hide the pieces in treasure hunt mode, no box for storage.
I'm definately glad we bought this!
*UPDATE* - I took this into my Autistic Support class and the kids love it! It's hard to find games that all of the children will play, but they all participate when we play this one!!!
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!
Great toy to burn out your energetic kids. However, make sure to have plenty of glue on hand when you are playing this one!