What It IsPut the bite back into preschool skill and action games with Shark Attack! First introduced by Milton Bradley in 1988, Shark Attack! is back with the same motorized action and nonstop play of the original.
In this game, players are fish being chased by a "ferocious" shark. Roll the dice and race around the board hoping to get away. If you don't move fast enough, the motorized shark will gobble you up! The last fish swimming is the winner. The game, for two to four players, includes a motorized shark with rotation arm and parts, the game board, four fish pawns, two dice, and rules. It requires two AA batteries, which are not included.
Parents may remember playing this game when they were kids, and now they can share the fun with their own kids. What's great about this re-released Shark Attack! is that the game still has the same look as it did in 1988. The game is fast-paced, which is great for kids, and they'll want to play it again and again. Each round takes at best only a couple of minutes, and is full of plenty of excitement and interaction among the kids so it's great for repeat play. Kids know the shark is always going to "win" in the end, but there's something silly and exciting about trying to stay out of his jaws for as long as possible. The game is easy to assemble and packs up quickly.