Gamewright Cha-Cha Chihuahua, The Game of Dancing Doggies

September 29, 2017



(Gamewright )


A game of active play with plenty of movement and lots of giggles. Players must do the action shown on the cards they draw to win a tiny Chihuahua on their turn. The winner is the one with most little doggies at the end of the game. But watch out, one or more of your doggies may end up taking a nap in the nap shack or get taken by another player. It’s a well paced game that allows for both dancing and using their big muscles as well as fine motor skills as they move the doggies around and use their visual discrimination and color recognition skills, too. 4 & up. 


Ages: Preschoolers, Early School

Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award 2017




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