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Bugs In The Kitchen Board Game
- Ravensburger Bugs in The Kitchen Game
- Fun to play family game
- Catch the bustling little bug as he dashes around the kitchen
- Use the knives, forks and spoons to try and trap him
- First to collect 5 tokens wins the game
There's a pesky little bug in the kitchen! And it's not just any bug - it's a HEXBUG nano, scuttling around the game board! Quick - can you catch it in the trap? By turning knives, forks and spoons you can direct the bug into the trap. Throw the die to discover which utensils you can turn. Catch the bug in the trap and earn a token - the first player to collect 5 tokens wins the game. A fun-to-play family game suitable for 2-4 players, aged 6 years upwards. Average playing time 20 minutes.
Bugs in the Kitchen - Children's Board Game
Get 'em if you can
There's a pesky little bug in the kitchen! And it's not just any bug - it's an original HEXBUG nano, scuttling around the game board! Quick - can you catch it in the trap?
Get the bug first and you win; leave it loose and go buggy in this fast-action game of extermination!
Fast paced, action packed fun for Family Game Night!
Winner of the ASTRA Best Toys for Kids 2015 Award (Game Play 6+ Years)
Bugs in the Kitchen: Overview
Turning knives, forks and spoons you need to guide the bug into your trap. Throw the die to discover which utensils you can turn. Catch the bug in your trap and earn a token - the first player to collect 5 tokens wins the game.
- A fun-to-play game for 2-4 players, age 6 and up.
- Average playing time 20 minutes.
- Includes exclusive HEXBUG nano and button cell battery.
- The box is the game board.
- Once assembled, lift the lid and start playing.
- Easy to play!
- 1 special edition HEXBUG nano (incl. a button cell battery), An original product of the company Innovation First, Inc.
- 3D Game Board with 24 movable utensils
- 18 Bug Tokens
- 1 Die
- 4 Trap Doors
- Instruction Booklet
Bugs in the Kitchen: How to Play
Roll the die!
If the die shows a knife, fork or spoon, quickly turn one corresponding utensil on the board. If the die shows a question mark, quickly turn any one utensil.
Create the path!
The HEXBUG nano will scurry all across the game board. Always turn utensils so they lock into place. Do not leave them at an angle.
Trap the bug!
By turning utensils you can direct the bugs' path and lure it into your trap. As soon as it falls into a trap the player who owns that trap receives a bug token. First player to win five bug tokens wins the game.
Ravensburger offers one of the most diverse and innovative collections of games you can find, all designed with the highest quality standards for content and materials.
Ravensburger games have been connecting generations for generations and are a great way to spend a rainy afternoon inside or family game night.
A family company since 1883, Ravensburger offers high-quality, age appropriate games, puzzles, arts&crafts and STEM based science kits that foster enjoyment, education and family togetherness. Ravensburger is dedicated to the philosophy that starting children off early by stimulating their minds and hands helps not only to develop fine motor, artistic and exploring skills but also fosters a sense of accomplishment.
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My grandchildren, ages 4 and 11, and 6-year-old niece were very excited to play, especially once they saw that bug scampering around the game board! It was only moments before everyone was caught up in the excitement--cheering, laughing, and strategizing. It takes a fair amount of strategy, a lot of focus, and a little luck to catch that annoying cockroach. The children and adults loved the fast-paced playing--once we understood how to manipulate the utensils to guide the bug.
I like that the game was put together and the instructions were read and understood by my 11-year-old granddaughter. And I like that the children can totally play it by themselves if an adult is not available. So far, though, the adults have been happy to play it with the children.
My four-year old grandson is currently entertaining himself with the game and trying to explain how to play it to his two-year-old cousin. Even though the game is recommended for six and older, it seems to be quite entertaining for the two of them.
I would definitely recommend Bugs in the Kitchen.
Aim of the game? To get the bug to go into your food compartment of which there are FOUR to choose from: fish, cheese, chocolate and bread. If less than four people are playing, blocks are included to block off up to two entrances.
The size of the box/board is approximately 16 3/4" x 11 1/2". Size of bug is 4 11/16" in length.
How do you get the bug to go into your food? You roll the die. On that die there is a fork, spoon, knife and three question marks. If it lands on a specific utensil you can only rotate the said one. If, however, it falls on a question mark you can rotate whichever utensil you desire. The aim is to block the ant going to your competitors but it is definitely not as easy as it looks. Speed does play a part in this game so for younger kids could cause some frustration. The bug? It just moves around at random in the area it is being allowed making a clicking noise. The LR44 battery required is provided.
Our daughter purchased this for her young brother's birthday and it has been a definite HIT! Would highly recommend for those of you looking for a new, fast paced and exciting game. The first one to get 5 tokens is the WINNER! Happy playing, Liz
- High quality build. Snap it together once, then it's ready to play forever. No assembly / disassembly on a regular basis.
- It's fun and quick. A full game of 5 captures takes around 10 minutes. Real minutes, not board game designer minutes.
- It involves random luck, certainly, but also skill and foresight on where to set yourself up for success. The die and the bug both are random, which makes it challenging for adults to beat kids - and fun for both.
- The bug sometimes gets a bit stuck, but usually manages to work himself free soon enough.