Cobra Paw game is a really fast and funny game for the whole family. The recommended age is 6+ but I am sure younger children will also love it. It is a new Bananagrams game, so you know it is going to be good!
It is all about speed and ninja-style moves!
In the box, there are 21 clawfuku stones, 2 catnippon dice, and instructions. The stones and the dice are all really tactile and really great quality.
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Cobra Paw Game
This is such an easy game to play and set up.
You must lay all of the stones on the table face up. The youngest player goes first (well always does in my house anyway!!) and rolls the two die. As soon as the dice have been rolled you need to find the stone with the same pattern as the two dies and take it.
There is only one stone per pattern. So once you have started collecting the stones there might not be a stone to pick up, as someone might have already taken it. All you need to do is just roll the dice again.
The winner is the first person to grab (like a ninja!) 7 stones. Get your Cobra Paw game here, you will have loads of fun.
Cobra Paw Review
Time to Play 5-15 minutes
Players 2-6 Ninjas
We absolutely loved this simple and fun game and we would highly recommend it.
It comes in a small box so perfect for traveling with. As it is a new Bananagrams game, you know it is going to be of excellent quality.
Where To Purchase Cobra Paw?
Get your copy of this fun game here.
If you enjoy playing board games for 8 year olds check out our favorites.
Have you played the Cobra Paw game before? Let me know in the comments what you think of this fun game.
If you are looking for other fun games we also love these:
- Ghost Blitz
- Big Beard Battle
- Igloo Mania
- Safe breaker
- Bang on game
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- Pandemic board game
- Ticket to ride
- Set the family game of visual perception
- Frenetic game
Last Updated on 12 April 2022 by homeschoolof1