Pengoloo is as much fun as one of penguins’ favorite pastimes: sliding down icy hills on their bellies! The best part? This charming game works your memory without you even realizing it. (The greatest brain health games are sneaky like that.)
In Pengoloo, the youngest player rolls the two multi-colored die first and gets two chances to find matching colored eggs under the penguins. If the player finds a matching egg, he or she gets to place the penguin on their iceberg. The first player to collect six penguins wins.
Made from high-quality wood, Pengoloo is sure to be enjoyed by generations of family members.
The IdeaRoll the multi-colored dice & lift 2 penguins to find matching colored eggs.
The BrainsCreate and store memories during game play for improving recall abilities.
The A-HaCollect 6 eggs to win; add another level of difficulty by allowing players to steal eggs.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
|warnings||CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
|Inside the Box|
|# of Players||2-4|
Beauty and fun all in one
Great Game for all ages.
great game for all ages
How To Play
How to Play:
To set up the game, place the colored eggs underneath the penguins and shuffle them up on the table until no one knows which colors are where. Players roll the two color dice and then lift up two penguins, looking to match the color of the eggs underneath with the color they rolled. If one color is matched, those penguins come over to the player's iceberg. If two colors are matched, the player gets the penguins and gets another turn. If no match is made, the penguins are put back where they started. For a tougher version of the game, allow players to steal penguins from other people's icebergs!
How to Win:
The first player to get six penguins on their iceberg wins.Download PDF Rules Of The Game