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All ages will enjoy playing Dancing Eggs by HABA! One of HABA's most popular games, this is a winner of the Major Fun! Keeper! Award and the National Parenting Publications NAPPA Honors Award! Caught the dancing egg? Great, now run around the table with the egg under your armpit or between your knees. As soon as an egg drops, the game is over.. and beware of the egg thieves! A boisterous bouncing action game that fosters hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Game includes 9 rubber eggs, 1 wooden egg, an action die, and an egg placement die. Recommended for 2-4 players from ages 5 and up.
Players: 2 - 4
Ages: 5 and up
Weight: 804 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are language-independent. This is an international edition or domestic edition of an imported item. Manufacturer's rules are printed in multiple languages (including English).
- 1 wooden egg
- 9 rubber eggs
- 1 action die
- 1 location die
Average Rating: 5 in 4 reviews
I run a monthly library game night here in town, as well as an afternoon gaming club for kids. This game is absolutely in the top five games that get played at each event (and I bring a LOT of games). It's a frantic, silly, laughing hoot.
I once played this with five other older friends (let's just say I have a little gray in my beard). After wiping away the tears of laughter, there were a few of us with rug burns after diving for those bouncy eggs.
Just a brilliant game.
This game is very fun! It may look a little weird but it is so extremely fun to play!
This game is so much fun! At first I thought "how is this even a game" until I played with my four boys. Very simple to learn and even little ones can play if they are quick. You just have to be able to shout out clucks and cockodoodles, and run fast around the table without dropping the eggs. Sounds easy to do unless you have an egg between your knees or under your chin. I got a great work out and so didn't the kids. I will admit, it can be a rough game but it sure is fun.
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