Nibbled Review (Winning Moves Games)

Nibbled
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What It Is

Go fishing for fun with the new game Nibbled. In this game, players wear clip-on fish and try to be the first to get rid of all their fish. Getting rid of fish involves correctly guessing what color fish will be on the next card drawn.

The number of players you have determines how many fish each player has to wear. For four players, each player wears four fish. For three players, each player wears five fish, with one fish being taken out of play. With two players, each person gets eight fish. Clip the fish to your hair, sleeve, shirt collar, bracelet, etc. And then shuffle the cards, place them face down in the center of the playing space, and take turns guessing and flipping.

On your turn, guess which color you think will be on your card. You can guess red, blue, yellow, green, or purple, and all colors are shown on the back of each card to help you remember your color choices. If you flip over the card and you've guessed the correct fish color, remove the same number of fish shown on the card as the color guessed. Clip those fish onto any other player. If you guess incorrectly, nothing happens and your turn is over.

If you flip over a Frenzy card, every player removes one of their fish and clips it onto any other player. But you, as the player who drew the Frenzy card, do not get nibbled. No one else can clip a fish to you during the frenzy.

When a player has removed all of his fish, the game ends and that player wins.

Is It Fun?

This is a really cute game for young kids that will help them with fine motor skills, color matching, and counting. We think kids are really going to like wearing the fish as they play. It just adds to the silliness. And the randomly drawn Frenzy cards definitely add a little excitement to the guessing gameplay. This will be an easy-to-learn game that the whole family can play together.


Who It’s For
Nibbled is for two to four players ages 4 and up. This is a fun way for younger kids to work on fine motor skills, color matching, and counting. And it's a game that the whole family can play together.
What To Be Aware Of
The game comes with 16 plastic clip-on fish, a sheet of eye stickers, a deck of 52 cards, and instructions.
AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy