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Fun games with a fishing theme!

Looking for something to keep your kids occupied this summer?  Check out these great games that I received from Goliath Games for review!   


With a retail price of $24.99, Shark Bite is a great game for 2-4 players.  It's recommended for age 4+ and my kids have a blast playing it.  To play, you just place the fun and colorful sea creatures into the game unit (the shark), snap it open and start playing.  Players take turns rolling the die and fishing for the sea creatures using the fishing rods.  The thing that really makes this challenging and exciting is the fact that you never know when the shark is going to bite!  When you least expect it, the shark will jump up and its mouth will snap closed.  This causes screams, squeals and laughter!  Can you make your "catch" without getting bitten?  

     
Shark Bite comes with 1 hungry shark, 12 colorful sea creatures, 1 fishing rod, 1 die, 1 sticker sheet and complete instructions.  The great thing about this game is that it doesn't need batteries!  So pit your fishing skills against your family and friends and see who wins!

 
Let's Go Fishing gives you another chance to show off your "fishing" skills.  This is a 1-4 player game and is recommended for age 4 and up.  It has a retail price of $16.99.  This is the original version of a well known and well loved fishing game that parents will probably remember playing as kids.  It teaches hand-eye coordination as players use their mini fishing poles to try to catch the most fish.  It's challenging because it the game board spins, and the fish open and close their mouths, so you have to time it just right in order to hook your fish.  Are you fast enough to catch more fish than your opponents and win the game?

      
Let's Go Fishing comes with the deluxe motorized game unit (requires 1 C battery, not included), 21 colorful fish, 4 plastic fishing rods and complete instructions.  This game is perfect for traveling, as well as playing at home.  It will keep your little ones occupied for hours as they try to out-fish each other!

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