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Yes, each tree or bush has its corresponding fruits, and a bird or dog on the spinner causes setbacks. Also, there's an option in which everyone can win. I prefer the traditional game, because I feel a child needs to learn how to win and lose a game. I think the changes make the game more colorful and cuter. Just b… see more Yes, each tree or bush has its corresponding fruits, and a bird or dog on the spinner causes setbacks. Also, there's an option in which everyone can win. I prefer the traditional game, because I feel a child needs to learn how to win and lose a game. I think the changes make the game more colorful and cuter. Just be sure not to lose the pieces, as there were only one extra for each color. see less Yes, each tree or bush has its corresponding fruits, and a bird or dog on the spinner causes setbacks. Also, there's an option in which everyone can win. I prefer the traditional game, because I feel a child needs to learn how to win and lose a game. I think the changes make the game more colorful and cuter. Just be sure not to lose the pieces, as there were only one extra for each color.
By R. Stoufis on June 15, 2015
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Hello, I think it is about the same thing but the rules are different. I hope this helps you out.
By craig and nan on November 10, 2014
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No idea. But the game in most stores is only $5, probably cheaper than replacement if you can find them.
By AmomA on April 26, 2014
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Just an added incentive for children learning experience for completing an objective.
By Calvin McCullough on September 30, 2017
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Definitely. It's too easy for my preschooler, but she still likes playing it sometimes
By Karen Johnston on December 20, 2017
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2 to 4 players ages 3 to 6. Hope this helps.
By Leprechauns On The Loose SELLER on August 26, 2014
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No, HiHo Cherry-O does not come with tweezers.
By Elizabeth A. Poje on December 16, 2016
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Each child is different. This game teaches counting, along with simple addition and subtraction. My 3 year old likes it, but doesn't always have threes patience to play it.
By KAEK on December 14, 2015