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Winning Moves Games Crocodile Dentist Game, Board Games

Item# 210-47015254-AF | Model# 47015254 | Added on March 29, 2015 |
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Winning Moves Games Crocodile Dentist Game, Board Games
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The classic Crocodile Dentist Game is a super fun and easy-to-learn game. Play a solo round of crocodile dentist or gather with up to four friends for a fun game. With no assembly required, this game is quick and easy to set up, so your little ones can get right to playing. Just use the included tool to pull out teeth and try not to get chomped. This portable game is easy to bring along on road trips or visits to friends or grandparents. Gender: unisex. Age Group: kids.
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Amanda Otis
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Fun game for EVERYONE!

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My fifteen year old son had this game when he was younger and it was always a blast to play! You really can't figure out the pattern to see when he will 'bite', so it's always a hilarious shock when he does. I decided to buy it for my daughter for Christmas and we play it almost every day. Our house is filled with nothing but giggles the entire time we are playing. She has even taken it with us when we go places, and she will sit in her seat and click the teeth down and crack herself up at the croc biting her. Great game for any age....as long as you warn the little ones by showing them how it works so they aren't afraid!

February 2nd
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