Thursday, October 20, 2022

Tongues Out, by Blue Orange - REVIEW

Nature/ Type:          Memory game with extremely adorable squeezable pugs!!!  

Rating:                     ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Recommended age:  4 year-old ++ 

Who would love this: Kids and Adults that love something fun, cute, squeezable! This is a super entertaining game for all ages. 

Blue Orange is INGENIOUS when it comes to creating the most hilariously entertaining memory games. From “Pengoloo” to “Dinoloo”, we have been HUGE fans of these games of immeasurable fun! Just when you thought this can’t get any better, Blue Orange delights us with its new “Tongues Out” that surpasses everything before that. This game is INSANELY cute (thank you, thank you, Leisure Learning for providing this to us!). ‬

‪Why I love ❤️ this game: 

(1) Super CUTE - “Tongues Out” brings “memory games” to a whole new level! Included in the set are 12 cuteness-overload pugs with distinctive chubby face and folded ears, 2 “lollipop” dice, 4 parklet cards (with 6 spaces with numbers), and illustrated rules. ‬The story goes that these playful pugs have been licking and devouring lollipops  around, and now it’s up to us (the super-spies) to capture these incredibly adorable “culprits” by checking their colours-dyed tongues. The game rules are pleasingly simple: throw the dice, squeeze the pugs, and collect the dogs that have their tongues match the colours of the lollipops on the dice. The first player that found and accumulated 6 pugs wins the game. The kids laughed so hard and couldn’t stop squeezing the mischievous squishy pugs! This game is an immediate love, and you know this game is a success when the kids wanted to play with it 6 times in a row and kept asking for more. 

‪(2) Awesome First Board Game - This game is the perfect FIRST board game for kids. Apart from “memory training” (the aim is to remember colours of pugs’ tongues and where the dogs are to easily locate them on the player’s turn), it’s also an extraordinarily engaging game for colours recognition, matching skill development, and the pugs are very “sensory” as well. 

(3) Advanced Rules - There is also a more “advanced” version of rules for older kids where we get to “steal” pugs from another player’s parklet card. 

(4) Great Components - The components, as usual, are above and beyond as per many other Blue Orange games. The pugs are easy to squeeze even by little hands, look durable, and can be used in many imaginative play settings (our kids have been doing “pugs soccer game” with them 🤣 ). ‬


# gifted in exchange for review 

Where to buy this: (Australia) 

Enjoy the video! 

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