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Go Fish Playing Cards

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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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Game instructions don't work.

Instructions (rules) say to lay pairs down, but there are four of each card in the deck. What happens with a third card? If the kids lays it down in a book, another kid could have the fourth card and be stuck with it. Rules don't say how to deal with this leaving the kids or parents having to make up extra rules..

Great game but no descriptions

A classic kids card game with great pictures. Like others have said, it would be nice to have a list of each animal to help everyone learn..

William Cook
Fun with grandkids

My grandkids love these. They made up names for the ones that were not obvious, which made the game their own. Brilliant!

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.



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Dan Yaccarino

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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