Back to School Winning Moves Games Sunk, Nibbled, and Game of the States Review

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I have really been loving our time playing these games as a family by Winning Moves Games we have family game night and I absolutely love trying new games. But first I want to tell you a little bit about the company. Winning moves USA is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles their first year of operation was in 1995. Winning moves games have some of the best titles like pass the pigs, Rubik's cube, Scattergories, Rack-O, and so much more.

I want to start out by telling you the first game we were able to review we had three games that I'm going to tell you about in this post.

The first game is called Nibbled this is a pretty clever game and really cute too. So the object of the game is you have to be the one with all the fish unclipped then you would be the winner. So basically you have a stack of cards each player clips on four plastic fish anywhere on them. The first player guesses a color then flips over the card if they guess correctly they're able to unclip one fish and clip it on their opponent they can pick anyone they choose. Obviously, you would want to clip it on someone that has the least amount of fish. The kids absolutely loved playing this game we played this on family game night and they also played with their neighbor friends. All the kids enjoyed it I would highly suggest this game. It is for ages four and up and can play anywhere from 2 to 4 players. This game retails for $15.95.

The next game we were able to review is called the game Sunk this was a really cool game and the kids absolutely love this one also. So the object of the game is to not sink the cup inside the tank. You fill the tank halfway with water. Then you take the cup and put it inside the tank to float. Next, you fill the little pitcher halfway with water. You have a deck of cards that sit in the middle. Each player gets a turn to draw a card with the youngest player going first. There are different challenges on this card, for example, stand on 1 foot and poured two drops of water and make it into the little cup if you miss start over again until you make the drops into the cup. This keeps going on until the cup inside the tank is sunk The person who sinks the cup first is out of the game the remaining players play until the last one is standing that person will be the winner.

This game is for ages 10 and up however we play this on family game night and my son is five and he understood it and also our neighbor friends their kids are younger than 10 also and understood it and they absolutely love the game. You can play this with two or more players. This game retails for $15.95.

The next game we were able to review it is Game of the States now I loved all the games but I really loved this one I love how it teaches the kids about money and also about the different states within the United States. This would be a great game for homeschooling or even regular school I would highly recommend this to teachers and anyone else of course. The kids absolutely love this they love learning to count money and also learning about different states. So basically the object of the game is your racing trucks across the country buying and selling goods along the way players will become familiar with the 50 states and their locations, capitals and so much more. So basically there is a deck of cards you choose from you spin the wheel and it tells you how many spaces you can move you can only move to a connecting state. When you get to that state you spin the spinner to find out how much you were going to pay for the package. Then you draw a card to find out what state you're going to go to so that package. Each card will tell you the state capital, popular products, State flower, state bird, and a special stem fact about the state.

The player with the most money at the end of the game is the winner. We play this game on family night and the kids absolutely loved it. With our guidance, they were able to understand what to do. However, when they tried to play this with their friends they didn't understand it completely I would highly recommend playing this for family Game night so you can guide your children on how to play. Like I said before this is an excellent game for teachers for their classrooms. You're learning math science and other different subjects all in one game.

This game retails for $20.95 and recommended for ages 8 and up. You can play anywhere from 2 to 4 players.

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