Chicken Cha Cha Cha
English language edition of Zicke Zacke Hühnerkacke
List Price: $44.95
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from 5 customer reviews
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Today, there is chaos in the chicken yard!
Today's practice for the Chicken Cha Cha Olympics is feather stealing. Each chicken cha chas to catch each of their opponents without being caught themself. Their reward for catching another chicken is tail feathers. The first chicken to have all tail feathers is the winner! But only a chicken who knows what is in the chicken yard will be able to catch the others and win the game.
A chicken with a leaky memory will find himself standing bare-rumped and medalless when the prizes are distributed.
Players: 2 - 4
Time: 15 - 20 minutes
Ages: 4 and up
Weight: 1,176 grams
All-Time Sales Rank: #225
Language Requirements: This is an international edition or domestic edition of an imported item. Game components are language-independent. Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English).
Average Rating: 4.6 in 5 reviews
I have 3 kids, ages 7, 6 and 4 and we have had this game for years. All of us love playing this memory game as a family (the 6 year old wins every time). The grandparents love it. The neighbors love it. It is very well-constructed and easy to carry around. We put the pieces in a ziplock and take it on all of our trips. I want to find another game of this quality but haven't yet.
Better than memory. More depth. More fun. And a bonus if you love cute toy chickens. Hefty, beautiful 50's wooden toy style components. Out of ten games given at christmas to five children ranging in age from 3-9,titles ranging from go away monster and little sparrow for the 3 year old, this has seen the most family play by far...more than secret door, apples to apples, landlock and pick picnic.
Great components, clean play.
I got this for my children (three and five) and they love it. My five year old daughter taught her older cousin to play without adult intervention after only one session. I find kids are much better at this than typical memory games becuase they don't need to optimize which of the pair of elements to match they pick first - the track 'hard codes' the first choice.
Playing is often humbling for the adults ;).
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