Meet the Gruffalo – The fiercest animal in the forest. The Gruffalo has arrived in North America and can be seen on TV in 2012. In this game, players race to see who can find the Gruffalo first. Watch out, he could be hiding anywhere in the forest. Develops creative and imagination skills Based on the award-winning books by Julia Donaldson, the next big preschool book property Supported by Oscar-nominated short.
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In The Gruffalo Game, the goal is to find your three animals and the Gruffalo in order to win. The game focuses on memory and is a lot of fun to play with your little ones.
What I love about The Gruffalo Game, as with all University Games, is it really does only take a few minutes to set up and get playing. Out comes the board and the pieces and you are ready to play. There are no complicated rules for the game so everyone is able to understand and enjoy the fun.
The Gruffalo Game does not take too long to play, so everyone is able to stay excited and engaged in the game. I also think it is very affordable fun at $12.38 at the time of this review.
Recommended age for The Gruffalo Game is from 3 years old to 8 years old. In my opinion, the age ranking is appropriate for The Gruffalo Game, keeping in mind you might have to give your 3 and 4 year old a hand. If your little ones have older siblings they could quite easily play the game and assist the younger ones for some sibling time and fun.
The Gruffalo Game is a board game that gets brought out in our house time and again when we have a family game night. It is always fun to play a game that is easy to set up, keeps everyone engaged and does not take forever to complete.
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