Kids dive into Sharks Are Wild because it’s easy to learn and starts a jolly-good time! You win my game by being the first player to collect five Gold Coins. To win each gold coin, you create a sequence of five numbered cards like you see below. And you can use my shark card to replace any number in the sequence. That’s why they call me wild, mate! But that’s only the beginning. Once kids master Level One, there’s more fun and learning in store.
Kids can play open-handed at first to get their sea legs. After they master the basic game, the advanced version adds more of a challenge and can even bring older siblings into the game. In Level Two of the game, a couple of other deep-sea pals of mine add even more excitement. Watch out for the Octopus! He lets a player grab another player’s card and add it to their own sequence. But you can stop the Octopus from grabbing any card if you have a Dolphin in your hand.
I’m sure you can see how the reversals of fortune keep things exciting, right? But the changes that happen during each player’s turn also make kids continually revise their sequences, reinforcing what they’ve learned. That’s my game’s secret to making learning fun!
You can learn more about Sharks Are Wild from the interactive features above. My game can be played by 2 to 4 players, usually in about 15 minutes per game. That keeps things lively.
I hope all this convinces you to, ahem, take the plunge as it were with Sharks Are Wild. Perhaps best of all, is my game’s outstanding value…