Our family is full of fans of Rooster Fin Games. I have been waiting to do this review til we went camping this lovely Memorial Day weekend but due to a family illness, we didn’t quite make it camping. But this game (as well as all our other Rooster Fin Games) live in our camper in Maine for all those family game moments.
RoosterFin is a family company and they are on a mission to create awesome games so we can all unplug and create great memories as a family! Their games are great for gift giving, taking camping, summer camp, vacation or even just our Saturday night family game nights.
Wild Dash is the card game where animals race to the finish line! Players compete to get the best score by racing with fun animal cards.
Reveal your animal card, then add booster cards to propel your animals to the checkered flag at the finish line.
Ages: 7 to adult
Skills: Memory, Strategy, Logic
Contents: 96 Cards, 9 Coins, 3 Cubes, 1 Dice Roller, Simple Instructions
RoosterFin games are teacher-created, simple to learn, family friendly games. Joe, the owner of RoosterFin brings a unique skill to board games with his ability to create authentic game engines. His gift is in understanding how math applies to games. Joe’s background, coupled with his years teaching kids, enables him to create award-winning games that are continuously simple to learn and fun to play. Since Joe has left his life in the classroom behind, he has devoted his full attention to making great games.
My husband and I both work in education as administrators and our youngest two children (total of five) are still at home. The others have grown and moved on as adults. Rooster Fin games are fun for all of us – no matter what age and skill level. Our youngest two children have special needs so it is important that the games we play allow all of us to enjoy our time together and these are perfect.
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