Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Playing Dino Crunch With Teens - Lesson Take Away - Could Be A Scary Game!

I'm back with my teen reviewers and this time they are trying to rescue eggs from a T-Rex.  The game features a very loud, aggressive, hungry dino who is keeping a careful eye on her nest of stolen eggs.  Each time you roll the dice you you have to carefully reach in and grab one of the corresponding eggs but BE CAREFUL... you don’t want to cause an upROAR with this T-Rex. Your fingers could be her lunch and it might just happen when you least eggspect. 

Dino Crunch

 Requires 2 AA batteries, not included. For 2-4 players, ages 4 and up.

This hungry Dino has an eggstraordinary appetite!

  • Try to rescue the dino eggs before the T-Rex leaps
  • Surprise attack delights children every time!

  • Gameplay helps develop fine motor skills
I am dying to try this with my preschool class under supervision because just grabbing the eggs are great for their fine motor skills but I think I might keep the dino off for the first few times. Waiting for the dino to attack really stressed one of my teens out!


The 411:

We thought the set up was really easy.

The game is a cute idea and weren't expecting our guest to be nervous when she grabbed an egg but consider that a bonus.

The tweezers that you use to grab the eggs do require some skill making it great to define those fine motor skills.

Set up was really easy, just attach the dino to the base. I did see some reviews that say the dino was hard to set up and even that it stopped working after initially working but we have played numerous times and have not had this situation. 

We also saw people commenting that storage was a problem and that once the dino is on the base it won't fit back in the box. I had trouble but my 16 year old is able to remove the dino each time and get it all back in the box. It is a really cool dinosaur so dino lovers could use it as decoration on their shelves without putting it away.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered. 

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