|Number of Game Players||2, 4|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||4 - 7 years|
|Item Model Number||B0408|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 26.7 x 26.7 cm; 27.22 Grams|
Crocodile Dentist - ELEFUN & Friends - 2 to 4 Players - Kids Toys & Board Games - Ages 4+
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.1 x 26.7 x 26.7 centimetres|
|CPSIA cautionary statement||Choking Hazard - Small Parts, No Warning Applicable|
|Number of Game Players||2, 4|
About this item
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Open up the crocodile's mouth and begin the game
- Take your best guess and press down 1 tooth each turn
- Easy to play and mess free
- Don't be the doctor that presses the wrong tooth
- Includes : Jock Croc game unit, label decorating sheet & instructions
- Ideal for: Christmas Presents, Family games night, birthday presents, kids parties, holiday entertainment, wet weather days, camping, gifts, special treats
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Crocodile Dentist. The engaging Elefun & Friends characters are featured in exciting games that kids love to play with friends and family members of all ages. Get ready to have loads of fun playing this Elefun & Friends Crocodile Dentist game featuring the silly Jock Croc character, who has a toothache. Be a daring dentist, and help him get back in the game. Don't get chomped. Gather friends and family for fun and frenzy as you pretend you're the crocodile "doctor" and check the teeth in the croc's mouth. To begin, open his mouth nice and wide, and then each player takes turns pressing down on a tooth. But be careful! If you press his sore tooth, he'll gently chomp down on you, and you're out of the game. The suspense keeps building as you try to be the last remaining player to win the game. Fun to play over and over again. How do you check a crocodile's mouth? Very carefully. Open his mouth and then take turns pressing down on his pearly whites - 1 tooth at a time. Be careful, because this cranky croc has a sore tooth and you just might press on it. If you do, he'll let you know by playfully chomping down. Easily reset the game after each "chomp" by opening the crocodile's mouth again. Be the only dentist not to get chomped to win. You're The Dentist. You're the crocodile "doctor" in this challenging and suspenseful game of daring dentistry. During each turn, you'll carefully push down on 1 of the crocodile's teeth. If you press down on his sore tooth, the croc will close his jaws and send you out of the game. The last "dentist" remaining is the winner.
From the manufacturer
Get ready to have loads of fun playing this Elefun and Friends Crocodile Dentist kids game. Gather friends and family for fun and frenzy as players pretend they're the crocodile "doctor" and check the teeth in the croc's mouth. But don't get "chomped!" He'll let you know if someone pressed his sore tooth by playfully chomping down. Easily reset the game after each "chomp" by opening the crocodile's mouth again. Be the only dentist not to get chomped to win.
Croc Chomping Fun
Kids can have loads of fun playing this easy and simple Elefun & Friends Crocodile Dentist game featuring the silly Jock Croc character who has a toothache.
Easy to Set Up and Play
Looking for a fun and easy-to-play game for kids? The Crocodile Dentist game needs no batteries, is easy for an adult to set up, and is loads of fun to play.
Check the Crocodile's Teeth
The Crocodile Dentist game challenges kids to watch out for the silly croc's sore tooth. When they press down on a tooth, he’ll chomp if it’s sore and send that player out of the game.
For external use only
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You take it in turns to push a tooth down into gum of Mr. Croc. Till he eventual snaps down onto player (not painful)
I guess it’s similar to jackin a box ? Great way to play with kids, especially if in lockdown .
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 January 2021