Rating: 3.6 Passable
Popularity:0
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:1995
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 10 minutes
Age:3+

Created by: Len Stubenfoll

Published by: Goliath B.V., Hasbro, MB Jeux

Alternate Names: Ententanz, Gelukseendjes, Patitos Cua Cua, Peche Canards

Description:

This wacky, quacky matching game combines developmental skills for young children with the fun of a "My First Game". Lucky Ducks offers all the benefits of memory and matching games in a format that's easier for little fingers than cards.

As a bonus, it helps kids with shape recognition and colors. Switch on the circular pond, and the ducks start swimming-the bottom side of each duck has a colored shape.

Players take turns picking up a duck and looking at the color and shape; if it matches their color and shape they get to keep the duck. If it doesn't match they put it back.

The ducks continue to swim so it's more challenging than a traditional memory game, but easy enough for even the youngest duck lovers to play. This extra challenge makes the game more fun for parents and kids to play together, with plenty of opportunities for fun and learning.

For 2-4 players ages 3 and up. Includes motorized "pond", 12 ducks, and complete instructions. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

Prices:
Retail Price:$0

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