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Item Weight921 g
Product Dimensions35.8 x 24.8 x 4.6 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model numberCG218
  
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ASINB00260GF1K
Best Sellers Rank 405,547 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
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Date First Available15 May 2009
  
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By sweet_kauferin on 16 Nov. 2009
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We've a shopping cart game, Insey Winsey Spider game, Candyland, and even Pengoloo (which I love), but this is the first game that our 4yo LOVES. The goal of this game is to collect all the Buddy Blocks of Numberjacks 3, 4, 5, and 6. Pick a NJ, and take turns scooting around the Control Room until landing on an "Agent" square. An Agent card tells your NJ what "Meanie Zone" to go to (and of course in order for you to land there, you have to find your number in that zone -- cute!) and probably on your next turn you will pick up a problem card there. Examples of problems are "Name a number bigger than 2, but smaller than 6"; "Draw a triangle that points up"; "Find something in the room that is the shape of a rectangle"; "Make a circle with your forefingers and thumbs". Once solved, you spin for the number of Buddy Blocks you may rescue from that Meanie Zone, and then Zoom back to the Control Room, waiting for your next mission.

All players work together, so no one loses. The real enemy is the Numbertaker: if the spinner stops on the Numbertaker ten times during the game, he wins! (This "threat" really "ups the ante" for the kids, even though [statistically] he moves rather slowly!) If you're familiar with the TV series, it's fun to sing the songs when "going out there", facing the meanies, or moving the threatening Numbertaker down his track!! "Looking for a place to land! Looking for a place to land!" GREAT BUY, esp. for Numberjack fans (and entertaining even for grown-ups)!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on 5 Dec. 2009
My daughter got this for her 5th birthday (today). It's not too difficult to play (although there's an amount of reading so they need to play with someone who can read) and is just complex enough to be fun. The really lovely thing about it is that everyone playing works as a team against the Numbertaker- so it is non-competitive in that way- there is no one winner. Similarly the tasks you have to perform are all as a team (eg. 'everyone lie down and make a circle no the floor'). There is an amount of very basic mathematical concepts suitable for this age group but also fun and challenging. I think it might be our favourite game for quite some time!
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By sniggle on 22 Aug. 2010
My pre-schooler loves this game. plenty of fun whilst learning. Not too bad for adults either!
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