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It's very nice!
Les enfants s'amuse très bien et aiment ca. Merci
We love this little game!!! Good for little ones leaning to take turns!!
Beat toy ever!! I have a 3&4 yr old & they love it !! It even makes me laugh at times!!! So much fun I’m ordering more!!
I sent this game to my sister for her children to play on game night. The kids loved it.
great game for entertainment. the anticipation makes this game fun to play over and over. the kids LOVE this game. I would definitely recommend this. cheap, fun entertainment you won't regret.
I purchased this to keep three boys (ages 6, 10, & 12) occupied in the car on a long road trip. I was looking for affordable activities to give them a variety of things to keep them busy and avoid the "I'm bored" or "Are we there yet?" questions. This definitely did the trick! Everything worked as described, the price was affordable, and the boys were happy and played with it quite a bit on the trip.
My daughter's kindergarten class had one of these that they played with during their kindergarten round-up. it broke the ice amongst shy six-year-olds. Very cute game.
I liked that it is a different tooth each time that makes the shark bite. tried 10 times. works great . bought for my 5-year-old grandson.
We bought this as a birthday gift for our 7-year old granddaughter. Her squeals of delight and her insistence that we all try it out, to her great amusement were rewards enough! This is a fun product!!
Not only did our 4-year-old grandson love this game but so did his grandfather. This is a fun quick game to play. Our over-21 kids had fun playing this as a drinking game.
My 4 year old loves it. The eyes are pretty bright when they flash so we took the batteries out as my wife didn't feel comfortable with the flashing eyes, but its a great game for helping a child learn to take turns.
Took a little while for my nephew to understand the shark doesn't really bite. Once he understood he would laugh when the shark bit him or someone else.
What a hit! Even the grown-ups had a blast playing with this. Very cute - the anticipation of when the shark's mouth will close was the most fun part for him. The older adults loved it as well. I had it delivered to my office, and my coworkers thought it was a riot and wanted to turn it into an adult game, Fun for all!
Seems well built. Is a fun silly game where you take turns pressing down the teeth, and eventually one of the teeth causes it to "bite" you. It might scare some kids. The tooth that sets off the bite changes each time.
This is so fun, although the kids (2+4) are terrified of it. Its durability has been tested by them slamming the mouth shut and throwing it in a state of fear. When they decide it's safe to play we're going to have a lot of fun. Also, it comes in a box. We bought one for my niece too. Great game!
My kids LOVE this game. And they still get very excited every time the crocs mouth shuts. You get what you pay for!! This game is great!
My kids love this game! We have had it for about a month. They are very rough with it and play with it almost every day. So far they have not broken it. Good quality.
I got this for my 4-year-old as a gift. This game is so simple, it is brilliant. My 2-year-old and my 4-year-old LOVE IT! Plus, no batteries and its compact design make it portable. I can see them losing interest quickly since it is so simple, but I plan to put it on a shelf for a few weeks and then it will be a hit again. It seems sturdy enough, although it is entirely plastic. We just got it a few days ago, so I can't speak to its longevity. The "sore tooth" definitely seems random. We played about 10 games right away and had only one repeat. One word of caution: show your children how it "chomps" down before you start playing. Though it is completely harmless, it scared my 4-year-old to the point she didn't want to play until the rest of us had played several more games.
This is a great game for teaching turn-taking and is simple enough for young kids to learn, as well as exciting for the older kids. I have used this game with my 2-year-old daughter and also with my kids in speech therapy. I agree with some of the other reviewers who stated that the game is so simple that it can lose some of the fun after a certain amount of time, but if you change up the gameplay you can make the fun last longer. My daughter eventually grew tired of the game, so I changed the rules a couple of times and we ended up playing the game even longer. The basic gameplay is that each player takes a turn pushing down a tooth and hoping it doesn't cause the croc to bite down. Here are the other ways to play: 1. Have one person push the teeth down and count how many teeth it took to make the croc bite down. Once all players have gone, you can talk about the number of teeth each person had to push down or decide whoever pushed down the most teeth is the winner. 2. Each person takes a guess how many teeth it will take to make him bite down. You can play by having each person take a turn or only have one person push down teeth at a time. Whoever guessed the closest to the number of teeth it took to make the croc bite is the winner. 3. Guess the exact tooth that will make him chomp. In this version, you WANT to make the croc bite and if you pick the right/"sore" tooth you are the winner. Each turn, the player takes a guess as to which tooth he thinks is the "sore" tooth and then pushes it hoping he makes the croc bite down. Keep playing until you make the croc bite down. I also wanted to add, if your kid is scared about it hurting when the croc bites down, you can use a popsicle stick or something similar to push down the teeth. I have used this method with kids in therapy who want to play but are too afraid of the bite. Once we have played a couple of times with the popsicle stick, they eventually try the game with their fingers and realize that it doesn't hurt.
I got this Stitch toy for my son's 4th birthday. It isn't very big but for us, it was perfect. We enjoy traveling and camping and we now always stick this game in his backpack so we can pull it out to play anytime we want. It helped pass time when it rained on our camping trip! I just love that it's 1 piece, portable and easy for all ages to play! Keeps my kids entertained for quite a while. We love it.
The young grandkids love this toy! This toy brings serious laughter when played.
I bought this as a birthday gift for my little. She absolutely loves it. Even snuggles with it when she is sick. Her and my five-year-old play with it together and it is so fun listening to them laugh and giggle nervously as they take turns pushing on the teeth.