Dino Bite Reviews
Product Type: Drumond Park board games
Description:Manufacturer: Drumond Park / Type:Board Game
Newest Review: ... now believe T-Rex parents did care for their young - so it seems more like you are stealing the eggs/ babies. The babies are ... more
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Customer Dino Bite Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/02/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
We have a Christmas Eve Tradition of buying a new board game and dvd for a quiet family night before the big day. This year we ended up with two games as my oldest really wanted an Angry Birds game, but my youngest had seen this on TV, and being dinosaur mad, it looked just the thing. I had also read a number of reviews on dooyoo, and felt this game would be simple enough to play, as well as improving fine motor skills which he will need for writing as he begins P1 next year. Despite having asked for this, my youngest did not know he was getting this, as they had both agreed to Angry Birds earlier, so this was a brilliant surprise ( thanks once again to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
The Game = = = = = This game is made by Drummond Park whom are well known for making a range of children and adult games including The Logo Game. This game is based on a dinosaur theme. . in case you didn't guess and the aim of the game is to rescue the dino babies for the rampaging T-Rex. Can you save the baby dino's before the rampaging T-Rex bites you? With the game are also sound effects such as a Dinosaur roar and other jungle sounds. The game is aimed at ages 4+ and is suitable for 2-4 players. Price/Availability = = = = = = = = I purchased this from Amazon for £19.99; how-ever the game can now be purchased from Amazon for £14.99. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/12, updated on 15/08/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
My Dad tends to play safe with birthday presents and usually sticks to board games for my boys' birthdays. This year, for my five year old's birthday, he purchased 'Dino Bite' which is quite a new game from the Drumond Park brand. This is a pretty simple game aimed at children from four years upwards, where players have to rescue partially hatched dinosaur eggs from a T-Rex's nest without the dinosaur spotting them and snapping down on their hands! These kinds of novelty games can be pretty hit and miss but this is one of the better games in its category, with a very clever use of sound effects to build up tension throughout the game and a very effective ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/12 (Very useful, 130 readings)
I bought this game for my four year old twin sons, who are dinosaur mad and had begged me relentlessly for Dino Bite ever since they'd seen an ad for it on TV. They're still getting the hang of traditional board games, but this seemed straight forward enough, so I picked it up in Smyths toy store for £14.99 (and it is still on sale in store at this price.) It is for 2-4 players and from ages 4+, though our two year old has played once or twice and we've played with 6 players before too, with no problems. It's about 9 inches long and 8 inches tall, and the nest opening is generous enough to make playing easy for kids. There is an on/off switch on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/12 (Useful, 39 readings)
My dinosaur-mad four year old was really excited when she saw this advertised. Since then, she's returned to the topic of 'the game where you have to stop the dinosaur being eaten' on a daily basis, whenever the subject turned to Christmas presents or just an opportunity presented itself. So, I duly bought it for her, and she was very excited to open it and get playing straight away. First off, before we even played, our family (being of the pedantic nature) had an argument about whether T-Rex would even be interested in eggs. On balance, we decided not, but that he might pick up an egg if it were easy pickings. The makers have clearly thought of that, ... Read the complete review
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