Gobblet Gobblers

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Gobble Up Some Fun! Just like Tic-Tac-Toe, the goal is to line up three of your Gobblers in a row to win! With some key differences, this familiar game becomes more fun with monsters that gobble each other up! These cute characters are hungry for fun - and other Gobblers. Test your memory and appetite for laughs with this easy to learn, quick game of strategy. Gobblet Gobblers: hours of fun for the whole family!

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Age 6+
Manufacturer Blue Orange
Mfg. Part Number 103
Game Type Family Games, Kids Games, Strategy Games
Maximum Players 2
Minimum Players 2
Item Number 50372
Store Location(s) FP1F2, WC6A1

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5 Stars Marjory H. - Utah
Even my husband enjoys playing this game! It's great for all ages. The kids love when they outsmart mom or dad and it's a challenge for everyone. Our new favorite game. Will be buying this game for friends and family as gifts for sure.
5 Stars M. B. - Southwest USA
This is a WONDERFUL game. Purchased it for my 6 year old, and we all enjoy playing it! Even the three year old got the hang of it, although she needs a few reminders about the rules at times. This is the one game that Dad will say yes to no matter what! And it's one that the kids can beat the parents on! My husband's tried-and-true method of winning at tic tac toe doesn't work on this game, and that makes for thrills on my kids' part when they WIN! Since you can gobble up your opponents' pieces, the board is always changing and it's hard to stay a step ahead. Plus, you don't have to add a new piece to the board- sometimes you might choose to move one of your played pieces, which changes things up considerably, as well. A great atrategy game that I will be giving for brithday presents from now on. We decided when you win, you have to shout, "Gobblet!" It's a blast.

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