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(Worth 895 Funagain Points!)
from 8 customer reviews
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Cast spells, brew concoctions, melt witches... Use a smidgen of math and a pinch of probability. Capture cards by matching or adding cards from your hand, then count the ingredients and measure the powers. A splash of strategy, and the potion is magic! The player with the highest score wins.
Frog Juice teaches players to think strategically and play competitively in an active meeting of the minds. It requires quick counting skills and keen timing. Advanced players will learn about probability.
Frog Juice is an excellent family game. I would recommend it for school games and other things! It is very hard to understand at first but once you get playing you will understand it more and more! The first time I played it was at my friend house and we played like 11 games! It was very fun! There is no way you get bored. It can get very competitive but it gets fun!
We gave this game to our 8 year old daughter for Christmas with great results! Both the kids and the adults enjoy playing this game. This game requires simple addition skills and some strategy, which keeps the kids on their toes. The illustrations are beautifully done, too. Also, the game plays in less than 15 minutes! A+
My boys ages 7 and 11 love this game. It is a great family game. Works well with a mixed age group. Fun and challenging for parents too. My sons often beat me! Strategy and math are involved so it even has some educational value! Kids also love the cleaver magical theme.
This and Bioviva are our family's favorite games. They are the ones that both kids, ages 8 and 10, always want to play before any others. Frog Juice is fast, easy, and fun even for the adults. I just wanted to endorse the other positive reviews. This is also one of the very few games that our children play with visiting friends (easy to learn & fast).
My husband picked this game up, used, from a local game store. It was missing the rules (which were easily obtained from the Internet). We played this game non-stop on our 8 hour trip from the East Coast to the West coast. With more players, it's much more challenging. Too bad only four people can play at a time.
This is what sold me on gamewright games and encouraged me to buy Honour of the Samurai and Quests of the Round Table. This one is the best of the three.
The illustrations are great and the game is easy to learn and play, lots of fun for two people.
My husband and I take it with us whenever we travel and it's not unknown for us to be playing it in a pub in a strange city!
Definently a game to add to your collection
The game play is simple and easy to learn. The game and theme are suited to younger players, but adults won't get bored playing it with children.
For younger players, math skills can be taught as a card can be captured by any combination of cards that add up to the point value of the first card. Since spell cards require certain ingredients, memorization of what has been played is also subtly emphasized. Don't think that the game is stiff and educational only, the concepts are required but not overtly emphasized. The game is just as fun for someone who doesn't intentionally count cards.
A nice feature is that most games I have played have been close - only a few lopsided wins. This helps keep everyone interested in the game until the end. And the game is short enough (about 15 minutes) that even if losing, a new game is right around the corner.