Nov 302017
 

November has been a funny month when it comes to the weather. From cold, rainy and miserable to hot, humid and sweaty, we’ve seen it all! No matter which one of those two, we’ve been inside quite a bit so our games cupboard has been very popular with the kids. Action games are always a hit and this cool Talkin’ Toys game definitely ticks the box for excitement:

Designed for 2 to 4 players Shark Bite (RRP $39.95, ages 4+) brings the ocean to your family table, as little fishermen and women try to catch a delicious seafood meal. But be careful, a hungry shark is circling below and before you know it you’ll be his dinner instead of the winner.

To start the game you need open up the shark’s mouth and fill it with a range of sea creatures in different shapes and colours. Guided by a dice players first find out how many creatures they need to catch, then it’s time to get out the miniature fishing rods and get fishing… Because you never know when the shark will attack the excitement builds with every turn, and yes even an adult’s heart will skip a beat when those sharp teeth snap together…

Shark Bite is easy to set up and quick to play, once we talked through the rules the four big kids (ages 4, 7 and 9) immediately got the hang of it. With a new baby and a busy toddler around as well I love the fact that I don’t have to supervise the game constantly, our 9-year old twins did an excellent job managing the fishing expedition. Added bonus: No need for batteries!

To find out more about Talkin’ Toys and to discover a whole heap of other cool toys and games for Christmas visit www.talkintoys.com.au.

Do you have some empty spots left under the Christmas tree? Don’t forget to enter our giveaway below for your chance to win an awesome Talkin’ Toys Christmas Toy Pack (RRP $149.80):

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  One Response to “Talkin’ Toys giveaway”

  1. With a world full of technology, when our grandkids come to our house they have to leave technology at home . We love to spend time with them playing games and having fun

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