Lucky Ducks Reviews
Newest Review: ... My daughter has enjoyed putting other small toys on it and watching them go around, she likes Lucky Ducks, although at four ... more
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Customer Lucky Ducks Reviews (4)
by - written on 05/02/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
My daughter was given this game around a year and a half ago. It's one that's been around for a few years and although it doesn't seem to be available in many UK shops at the moment, there are plenty of online stockists; amazon, amazingplush.com, myhobbyplace.com, but the best place for a decent priced version would be Ebay where you should be able to pick it up for under £10. It's made by MB Games/Hasbro and takes 2 x 1.5 v batteries. The battery life seems quite decent, I don't recall having to change the batteries in ours yet. In the box are twelve plastic ducks and a motorised pond which measures roughly 25cm in diameter. It has a big red button in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/00, updated on 07/11/00 (Useful, 85 readings)
My 3 boys are aged 6, 4 and 2. They were bought Lucky Ducks last christmas and it is still a strong favourite with all three of them. The game uses batteries and you have 12 little yellow ducks which sit on a pond and go round and round and round. Each duck has a different coloured bottom, there are 3 yellow, 3 red, 3 blus and 3 green. Each player choses a card in one of the above colours and they then take it in turns to pick up a duck from the rotating pond. If the duck has the same coloured bottom as their card then they keep the duck, if it is not the same colour then it is placed back in the pond and the next player then takes their turn. The winner is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/00, updated on 14/12/00 (Useful, 60 readings)
If you are thinking of buying this game for a child at Christmas, then beware, because it can be a noisy game when you might be hungover from the night before. The game itself is very easy to play, with up to four players who pick a colour and have to pick the relevant ducks as they go round in a circle. These are identified with a colour sticker at the bottom of the duck, and the one who picks all four of their own colour fist is the winner. So. What is wrong with that? I hear you say. Well as these cute little ducks go around in a circle they make a ‘quacking' sound. (Altogether now ahh ahh ahh) this is all right if you have children that do not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/01, updated on 11/02/01 (Useful, 150 readings)
Lucky Ducks is a game that helps to teach young children colour recognition by matching the colours on the bottom of the duck with the colour on the cards. My 2 year old daughter loves this game and constantly asks to play it. Although we let her play whenever she wants to, we can't help but get cheesed off by the constant quacking noise that the game makes whilst the ducks go round and round. Because smaller children have a bit of trouble getting their colours right, they take ages to finish playing, while the noise goes on and on. If, when the game is packed away, anything touches the box, the motor sets off and so does the quacking. Only buy this ... Read the complete review
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