Purchased this for a "Down on the Farm" party but it's fun to use any time.
Arrives by Fri, Nov 29
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
Multiple award winner! They bounce, they roll, but can you hit the target? Nine rounds of CHICKEN THROWING INSANITY! Flickin' Chicken is the go-anywhere game that is perfect for the backyard, the park, family outings, tailgating, the beach, camping, and more! It's this easy:
For 2-4 players, ages 6 and up.
Contains: 4 rubber chickens (for flickin’), target disc, score pad, pencil, rules.Flickin' Chicken
proposition 65 reasons:PROP 65 WARNING: This product can expose you to some kind of chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Includes 4 chickens, target disc, scorekeeper and rules, Mini 8" long rubber chickens, Fun indoors and out
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10.50 x 10.50 x 3.00 Inches
I bought this game for our family reunion. We have a bunch of kiddoes under age 6 and a bunch more over age 6! I'm always looking for something to add to our fun at the annual reunion. The Flickin'Chicken game sounded just right--I mean could there be more fun than throwing "dead" chickens! Anyway the game arrived just a day after I ordered it and my husband and I thought we should try it out. We played a game (ten rounds) in the back yard and had a great time--you throw a target disk (like a frisby) then try to hit the target with the rubber chickens. Each time you throw, you move to the spot where your previous throw landed. It's harder than you would think. Anyway, we decided it was well designed for all ages to play together because the rules let the youngest player throw the target first and the take the first shot at it. We got lots of exercise moving from the throw spot to the landing spot. We think it'll be fun for our reunion. We also like that it's NOT "high-tech" nor do you have to be an athlete to have a good time.
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