Dino Bite


Dino Bite a New Game From Drumond Park

Introduced this year is a new game from Drumond Park called Dino Bite. This is a game for kids who are enthused about dinosaurs and love the spine-tingling excitement it brings not to get “bit.”

The point of this game to be the first with the most dino babies, one obstacle is the lurking T-Rex preparing to eat the dino babies. The players start off by rolling the die to determine what colour dino baby they have to save. Then the player uses the tweezers to obtain the baby that is hidden under a giant leaf guarded by the T-Rex. If you are lucky, then the T-Rex will not notice, but if you are not careful enough, he’ll strike, causing the recipient to flinch back their hand from the dino nest.

Batteries are needed to enhance the game, playing jungle, dinosaur and growl sounds to add to the excitement. The sounds of the jungle are soothing, but a growl can make the players nervous and excited at the same time, not knowing when the T-Rex will lunge out and scare you away from the dino babies.

Manufacturer suggested age for this game is four and up. Dino Bite can have up to six players at one time and, of course, can play it alone, if brave enough.

The game includes five red, blue, green and yellow dino babies, one T-Rex, one dino base, dino shaped tweezers, coloured die and full instructions. Not included is the two AA batteries needed to heighten the game with sound. Assembly is required, but simple enough to put together in a short amount of time. It contains 25 pieces and is made from plastic material, 90 percent plastic and 10 percent paper.

Dino Bite weighs in at 1.1 kg and its size comes to: 9.13 x 10.79 x 4.96 inches.

The game can be played with the entire family, just watching the children’s reaction and them watching yours as the T-Rex lunges at your hand, can be a tons of fun. Great game for when friends visit, even small enough to bring along to their friends house. Definitely do not want to miss out on this up and coming game, fun and excitement for all ages.

November 4, 2011
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