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Tactic "Crazy Cafe" Game

Spin the spinner and stack the dishes. Pulling the cloth is fast moving funThe bottom box functions as the table.

Suitable 3 Years Plus 
Bizziebaby Bronze Award Winner 2016 

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Tactic "Crazy Cafe" Game Reviews

Product Tested by: Jemma Payne – Kenzie 3 years

Product
Tested By
Jemma Payne – Kenzie 3 years

Jemma Awarded
The Crazy Café Game from Tactic 4.9/5

Looks great,
colourful but not overpowering packaging. Looks like will be fun! Packaging Fun,
colourful, innovative use of box by making part of the game. Simple idea yet
very effective and fun. 3 year old struggled with full concept of the
game but still enjoyed playing. 6 year old sister understood completely and
really enjoyed playing with us too. Fantastic simple idea which is really
fun to play. Great for hand eye co-ordination in placing objects on table and
balancing etc. and for taking turns. This
game was very straight forward and easy to play and follow for both my
girls. My daughter used this as picnic
play. Fantastic quality of components,
very tactile which is important for younger children too. Very happy with
quality and fun factor of game for price.
Appeals to a broad age range as usually find it hard to find board games
my toddler can engage in and understand, especially ones her older sister would
enjoy too, so very impressed. This is a
great game so would purchase. I would
recommend as appeal to a vast range of ages.
Very impressed. Fun concept, easy to play and appeals to both
my 3 yr. old and 6 year old which is brilliant. Very impressed with quality of
components and ease of game play. Jemma Payne – Kenzie 3 years

Product
Tested By
Carmella King – Julia 4 years

Carmella
Awarded The Crazy Café Game from Tactic 4.8/5

Looked
bright, colourful and inviting and my daughter could not wait to use the
game. Superb packaging would stand out
in the store and unusual idea box is part of the game. The game is good, simple yet fun for all to
play. Julia understood the concept of
the game and had fun playing with her older brother and friends. This certainly
kept Julia happy, she really enjoyed this game.
This is great to help develop patience, taking turns, balancing and hand
eye co-ordination. Definitely simple enough
for my daughter to understand. They all
loved pulling the table cloth off and seeing who had the most items left on the
table. A simple yet captivating
game. We all had fun with this. Quality really good, ideal for a wide age
group. I would certainly buy as a gift
as simple and fun. Have already
recommended. Good fun game that will
keep children entertained. Would highly
recommend. Carmella King – Julia 4 years

Product
Tested By
Yudi Irvine – Henry 3 years 9 Months

Yudi Awarded The
Crazy Café Game from Tactic 3.3/5

When looking
at the box, it is colourful and appealing.
The images used on the packaging were eye catching, bright and fun. The font used was exciting and my little boy
was excited to open the product. The packaging was bright and colourful and it
was clever how they used the base of the box as part of the game. However I did not feel that this was ideal as
I didn’t feel the box was strong enough to then warrant being the main part of
the game – the table. I can imagine
after time that this would start to get a bit battered and soon the game would
be unplayable. At one point my little
boy lent on the ‘table’ and it started to buckle a bit. Having read the
instructions, the game is very straight forward to the grown up and very easy
to translate to the child. My son understood the concept of this game although
I do have reservations as to the age this game is aimed at. Although my little
boy enjoyed the game, after a couple of games it did not keep my child’s
attention – it only got about 15 minutes of play before he was distracted by
the other items of the games and playing with them separately. Would not say it stimulates their imagination.
He did enjoy the time he played however being so young did not understand how
fast he had to pull the table cloth out in order to win the game which
obviously resulted in frustration on his part. This is why I feel it should be
an older age range. It did help with my child’s development; he had to use good
hand/eye co-ordination when balancing items on the ‘table’. It also helped with the understanding of
taking turns. Simple enough to play with however at the age my son is, he got
distracted after a couple of games. Too
simple a concept but tricky to pull the table cloth away at this young age. We
used this game for role playing role playing with the bits you place on the
table – plates, bowls, and cutlery. I have concerns regarding the base of the
box being part of the game itself. It isn’t the thickest card and I feel it
will ‘wear’ quickly! I think it was a little pricey for what the game and its
concept – I would be looking at paying less than £10 for a game of this type. It
was a fun game but my little one got bored easily. Initially this looked
appealing but was not one of my son’s favourite games and did not hold his
attention. Yudi Irvine – Henry 3 years 9
Months

Very impressed. Fun concept, easy to play and appeals to both my 3 yr. old and 6 year old which is brilliant. Very impressed with quality of components and ease of game play. 

Awards

Jemma Awarded The Crazy Café Game from Tactic 4.9/5

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