Shark Bite by Pressman Toy
We received the mentioned product in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts contained within this post are ours and may vary from the thoughts of others.
About Shark Bite:
Get ready to have a REEL-y good time when you play Shark Bite! Snag the fish and be the winner, but if the shark jumps, you’ll be his dinner! Place the fun and colorful sea creatures into the game unit with a snap, and grab your friends to start playing. Players take turns rolling the die and fishing for the sea creatures using the fishing rods. But watch out – you never know when the shark is going to bite!
This battery-free game will have kids hooked at first bite! Made by the o-FISH-cial creators of Let’s Go Fishin‘. For 2-4 players, ages 4 and up.
- 1 Hungry shark
- 12 Colorful sea creatures
- 1 Fishing rod
- 1 Die
- 1 Sticker sheet
- Complete Instructions
What We Thought:
First and foremost I love any game that Jack can set up by himself. It gives him independence and makes him feel really grown up to set up game night for us. Typically our game nights are pretty much the same. We put Willie to bed and allow Jack to pick out some games and we have some snacks. It is just easier this way until Willie is a bit older to play himself.
This game had us laughing because Patrick got bit by the shark twice in a row. The first time scared him and he jumped sending us all into fits of laughter.
Jack got bit on the 3rd round and finally it was my turn.
This game was easy to set up, instructions were explained in a way that Jack could understand and this was also easy to put away which is a plus.
Note: in our first shipment we did not receive the dice for this game. A simple email had this fixed super fast and we were happy to have the dice shipped by USPS. I love a company with great customer support who made sure we had what we needed to enjoy this game so much.
We are looking forward to many nights including Shark Bite and many other game as well as adding more games to our collection this year. We are finding that this bonding time is crucial for Jack since he was an only child for almost 4 years and now Willie is getting older and needing more attention and wanting to be involved in things as well.