This Penguin Trap Board Game – a super fun game where each player takes a turn to roll the spinner and takes down one block as per the color is shown on the spinner. The one who makes the Penguin fall off the block loses the game.
For 2 – 4 players. Not only develop your child’s mentality but also increase the fun between you and your kid. Helps in training your children’s hand flexibility and hand-eye coordination ability.
This helps to promote the coordinated development of your children’s hands. And to enhance your child’s ability to respond to things and also a game for brain development exercise.
This Penguin Trap is suitable for children over three years of age. And a good gift for Christmas, birthday, etc.
How to Play The Game
- Assemble the ice to the ice-breaking platform, place the penguin on the ice platform, then rotate the wheel and knock out the ice following the turntable, keep going until that penguin falls.
- Each player takes a turn to roll the spinner and takes down 1 block as per the color is shown on the spinner. The one who makes the penguin fall off the block loses the game. Don’t fall into the trap of the opponent and if you do, your opponent gets the final victory.
- Material: Plastic.
- Package size: 270 x 270 x 70mm, 300 x 225 x 60mm.
- Material: Environmentally materials, ABS Plastic.
- Size: 23 x 23 x 6CM.
- Product Type: Penguin Trap Toy.
- Quantity: 1 Set.
- 1 x Penguin Trap Toy (Include 1 ice-breaking table, 38 blue, and white ice blocks, 4 stents, 1 penguin, 1 spinner, and 2 hammers).
Ute Kuster –
When my baby boy saw this, he couldn’t wait to open it. He really loves it. We do spend time playing the game together and I enjoy setting it up after he wacks it down.
Betty Mcknight –
Damn, you wouldn’t believe how much fun this board game is. I bought it for my kids but ended up playing with them and pulling their dad in as well. It’s not just so much fun but a great way for me and my husband to connect with our rapidly growing Gen Z kids. I’m not a scientist and I can’t say how this helps my kids’ brains develop (I know some people care too much about these kinds of stuff) but I do know that this board game is fun to play with my kids so I’d recommend it to any parent growing tired of trying and failing to find a common ground to bond with their kids.