Your kids will love these games! | Reviewz & Newz

Your kids will love these games!

I was provided with these games by Goliath Games for review.

Dragon Snacks:  This mischievous baby dragon ate too many treasures!  Do you have what it takes to snatch his snacks?  Watch his belly magically light up to view the treasures inside.  When his nose horn lights up, reach down into his belly and try to remove the correct color treasure.  The first player to collect 3 treasures wins!  The dragon’s nose and belly light up the night with rainbow colors!  Develops memory matching and spatial recognition skills.  You need to pick out the right color snacks so it helps teach color recognition.  The baby dragon makes the cutest noises as you play.  It requires 3 AA batteries that are not included.  It comes with 1 Magical Dragon, 12 Treasure Pieces (4 cups, 4 dragon rings and 4 crowns in different colors) and the complete instructions.  2-4 players can play, and it is recommended for ages 4 and up.  It is available at major retailers like Walmart, Target, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  Prices vary depending on the retailer.



Catch The Fox:  Uh oh!  The Fox is in the hen house!  This greedy fox is snapping up the chickens and stuffing them into his pockets.  But when there are too many chickens, his pants will fall down and the chickens will escape!  Roll the die to see how many chickens to add into the fox’s pockets, and push his head one time.  Before you know it, the fox will lose his pants and the chickens will roll everywhere!  Rescue the chickens and return them to your chicken coop.  Be the first player to fill up your coop to win!  Can you Catch the Fox?  It comes with 1 Fox and his pants, 21 Chickens, 3 Chicken Coops, 1 Die, 1 Sticker Sheet and the complete instructions.  2 to 4 players can play, and it is recommended for ages 4 and up.  It is available at major retailers like Walmart, Target, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  Prices vary depending on the retailer.
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