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Go Fish Playing Cards

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Do you have any lobsters? Or angelfish? This variation of a child's first card game uses underwater creatures to keep the game going swimmingly.

Age: 3+
Card Size: 45 cards, 3.25" x 4.5"
Box Dimensions: 3.25" x 4.5" x 1"
Illustrator: Dan Yaccarino

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About the artist

Dan Yaccarino is an award-winning author, illustrator, and the creator and producer of numerous animated series. He loves vintage toys, especially vintage robots. His favorite dog is a pug!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Beautiful artwork

Admittedly I first visited this site because I, too, cannot recognize all of the beautiful illustrations as sea creatures I know. For example, we just call that fish a "seabass."

I completely understand why the game makers would not want to distract from the beautiful artwork with labels. But...

What I would love – especially given that this seems to be a common criticism – is a simple list published on the website. If the game makers really wanted to go for it, how about that list in all of the languages that the instructions are printed in? ;) Another fun layer to an already fun game.


Fantastic Fish

I don't get the objections about the fish not being labeled. Adults teach children games. Are there really adults who can't tell an angelfish from a shark from a dolphin from a crab from a hammerhead and so on? This game's charming illustrations made it a favorite of my sons 15 years ago and I'm so glad I can get it instead of the newly dumbed down version which was shipped to me by Amazon instead of the original.

Joan Howe
No names of fish

Would be a great game if it gave the name of the fish. Some were obvious but some we have no idea. Each card should have the name of the fish printed at the bottom of the card.

Hi Joan, Thank you so much for your feedback. We take customer satisfaction very seriously and will pass this suggestion along to our product design team to consider in future editions of the Go Fish Playing Cards. In the meantime, please reach out to us at website@eeboo.com and we would love to send you a new product to try! You may be interested in our Color Go Fish, which teaches color vocabulary. Hope you are having a lovely summer. Best, Katie at eeBoo

Lisa Bruce

Why is there no description of the different types of fish? I looked all through the deck expecting to find one. In addition, other reviews mention the cards being different colors for the different types of fish, but the set I bought contains only blue cards. Not really suitable for 3-4 year olds.

Hi Lisa, Thank you for reaching out. We are so sorry to hear you are disappointed with the Go Fish Playing Cards. We take customer satisfaction very seriously and would love to help resolve this issue. This deck contains only blue cards, but we also have Color Go Fish where the cards are different colors and you match the colors rather than the fish.

We will pass along your feedback to our product design team. In the meantime, please reach out to us at website@eeboo.com and we would love to send you a new card game.

Best, Katie at eeBoo