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Rooster Race ~ The High Low Game of Fowl Fun | Review
If you have ever played (and enjoyed) the card game of war, then you’ll get a kick out of Rooster Race, the high low game of fowl fun. This family friendly game. Promoting a little bit a math and a lot of fun!
Family Game nights are a big thing in our home. I love anyway that I can get the kids talking and enjoying spending time with one another. So when the folks over at Roosterfin asked us to check out a fun game, we were happy to oblige!
Rooster Race ~ The High Low Game of Fowl Fun
The rules of Rooster Race – the high low game of fowl fun are super simple. You flip the top card over on the table, then deal out 14 cards to each player. Make sure not to peak though!
The youngest player goes first (Lilly loves this!). You look at the card that is flipped and take an educated guess if your card is higher or lower. If you guess correct, you grab an ear of corn. If you are wrong, you have to give an ear of corn back.
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Every body takes turns until the last card is played. The winner is the one with the most corn cobs at the end of the game.
Sometimes simple is best and this is one of those times. We had a blast playing Rooster Race with the kids. Lilly loves the fact that you can also play Rooster Race as a single player game!
Rooster Race – The High Low Game of Foul Fun is a family game for ages 5+. Geared for ages 5+ and 1-5 players, this is a great game for the whole family. The game comes with 72 rooster cards, 15 ears of corn, and instructions.
Rooster Race ~The High Low Game of Fowl Fun
This game gets a 5 star rating from our family! Click here to order Rooster Race The High Low Game of Fowl Fun. After you play, come back and let us know who won!
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