Friday, November 13, 2015

Turtle Flip game by RoosterFin

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



Turtle Flip by RoosterFin is an easy-to-learn game that's loads of fun too. I like it because it's quick but it's still entertaining. It's recommended for ages 6+ but that's because of the Math. Children a little younger can play too, if you'll add the numbers up for them. It also says it's for 2 or more players but I'll tell you the truth, it was mediocre fun with two players but loads of fun with three or more.


 The game comes with 60 turtle cards, 21 tokens and simple instructions. 
 

The little cardboard tokens are brightly colored and small. They don't take up a lot of room. These are the pieces that you turn over to tell you what to do. If you select one that says 'pass right' or 'pass left' you send your cards over their way (whatever direction it says to move 'em). If you select one of yours that says 'flip' everyone has to flip their cards. Whoever has the highest number when adding up their cards wins the round and the flip token. Whoever gets 3 flip tokens first wins the game.


 We thought this game was fun to play and we played five games in about fifteeen minutes. :) If you are looking for a game to give for the holidays, I think this is a great one to consider. You can learn more about RoosterFin by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

34 comments:

  1. This does sound like a fun game to play with a bunch of people. And kids (and some adults) can brush up on their math skills!

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  2. Looks like a fun game. I think my daughter would like- she's in kindergarten and is learning about basic math.

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  3. Sounds like a fun little game and add some math skill too

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  4. I've never seen this game but it looks like lots of fun! It would be the perfect gift for my nieces and nephews.

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  5. We have been looking for more games like this for our youngest. He loves games but so many of them are too hard for him. I need to try this out with him.

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  6. What's the age range? I've been giving board games as gifts this year!

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  7. This looks like such much fun! It would be a great family game that even the younger kids could join in on.

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  8. It reminds me of Memory. Isaak loves games. I need to play more with him.

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  9. This sounds like a cute game! I little guy would love this, definitely very entertaining!

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  10. Looks like a fun and quick game the kids would like!

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  11. How fun!! My little man loves games like this. I am going to have to get it for him.

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  12. My boys are really interested in board games so this looks like something they would enjoy. Who doesn't love family game night?

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  13. Looks like a really cute game! A little young for mine, but still fun looking!

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  14. I think this is so great to have a non video game - so fun

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  15. This would be a great game for my nephew who just turned 6. Then maybe I will get an extra to donate to the giving tree at church.

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  16. This is a really cute game. I have some younger nieces and nephews that would probably like to play!

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  17. This does look like a cute and educational game! My Kindergartener would love playing this...I love that a round is only about 15 minutes too..it would keep her attention!

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  18. I've never seen this game but it looks like lots of fun! Great holiday gift!

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  19. I should get this for my daughter. What a fun way to practice math.

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  20. This looks like a really cute game! I think my Addie would love it!

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  21. I have never seen this game but it looks like a lot of fun for kids.

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  22. A great game for kids...looks so adorable. I love the colors and graphics on the game.

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  23. This looks like something that would be fun for family ngame night. Lots of silliness woul ensue.

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  24. What a lovely fun sounding game - great that it can be done quickly, if you don't want to play for long. x

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  25. This looks like a fabulous Christmas gift! Thanks for the suggestion!

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  26. Sounds like a really great game. My daughter is getting interested in board games, so have to check this one out. I really like that it's a quick game, as smaller children get bored really fast.

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  27. My son loves games right now This one would be perfect - his nick name is TURTLE!

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  28. I love giving board games that teach math to youngsters. Most of the time, kids shun math but exposing them to fun things like this would really make them interested to learn.

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  29. My family and I loved playing board games when the kids were younger. I like games that do not take up too much space and are easy to play.

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  30. This looks like a fun game! I bet my math-loving daughter would enjoy it!

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  31. Turtle Flip sounds like a fun game. I like that it has the math component so kids cane learn along the way

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  32. How cute!!! I love turtles too, even have a tattoo of one. lol

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  33. So glad to read that it is for 6+... my niece would love this and she is 7!

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