Can you save the Dino babies and avoid the Dino Bite?

Dino Bite

The Dino Babies are in danger from the rampaging T-Rex. Can you save them all before the DINO BITES?

Dino Bite from Drumond Park is a fun game for children aged 4 and over, although Sebby (2) enjoyed joining in too.

The game requires minimal assembly and two AA batteries before you begin and is super simple to play.

Each turn, players must roll a dice to see which colour Dino baby they have to save and then lift the giant leaf and sneaking out a Baby using the tweezers provided. The little ones found this a bit tricky so they used their fingers instead.

Dino Bite

But beware! If the T-Rex knows you’re there, it roars out loud and lunges forward to scare you away from its next meal.

The dinosaur and its nest has realistic jungle noises and a big roar when it lunges to protect its babies. I had thought the kids would find this scary but although it makes them jump, they were not worried by it.

 

 

14 thoughts on “Can you save the Dino babies and avoid the Dino Bite?

  1. Steph says:

    My little one would love this – he loves to play games and he loves dinosaurs! Win-win! x

  2. my little one loves playing games. This looks loads of fun too and with it being a dinosaur it would definitely be a hit!
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  3. Lilinha says:

    Such a great game, seems like they are having loads of fun! 🙂
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  4. Rachel says:

    Ha this looks absolutely brilliant, what fun, it is like a modern day version of Hungry Hippos x
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  5. Kizzy says:

    This looks like lots of fun. I’m sure my little man would love this
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  6. Emma White says:

    oh the boys would just love this may have to hunt it down for them

  7. Candace says:

    This look such a great game for teaching children to play together
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  8. Emma T says:

    ha ha, N would love this game. He’s not really a dinosaur fan, but any game that has things jump out he thinks are so funny.

  9. My youngest son would love this, he’s mad about dinos. It’s great for kids hand/eye co-ordination too x
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  10. This looks like such fun! Toby’s only 19 months so far too young yet, but he has recently developed a love for dinosaurs xx

  11. Aw I kinda want to play the dino game myself is that bad? I can just pretend that I am ‘testing’ it for the children I look after. SHHHH noone will ever know!
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  12. Erica Price says:

    This looks a lot of fun – my H would love this. He’s still dinosaur mad.
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  13. That looks fun! My daughter used to love dinosaurs, she’s five now and not so much into it anymore. But this is something she would’ve loved at that age 🙂

  14. Cliona says:

    Looks like a cool game and anything that gets kids playing happily together has got to be good 🙂 Love the video, they are so cute playing together!
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