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Watch These Kids Play Animal Upon Animal

Animal Upon Animal is a simple yet satisfying stacking game from HABA Games. In this video review, our Cheif Content Nerd, Drew Dixon, plays the game with his daughters Evelyn (7) and Gwyneth (4).

As you will see in the video, the game is very easy to learn and great for families with younger children. It’s accessibility and engaging game play make it a welcome addition to any family’s board game collection. This game provides parents an opportunity to give their kids their undivided attention, helps kids develop fine motor skills, and offers an engaging play experience for all ages.

Animal Upon Animal plays 2-4 players and is recommended for ages 4-99. The game was designed by Klaus Miltenberger. The art is by Michael Bayer.

If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out HABA Games. You can follow HABA on Twitter: @HABA_usa.


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Animal Upon Animal stands out among family games due to it’s accessibility, colorful aesthetics, and engaging game play that is fun for younger and older children alike. 



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Drew is the Chief Content Nerd for Love Thy Nerd and the co-host of Humans of Gaming. He is also the editor of Explore the Bible: Students and co-hosts the weekly CaPC Digest podcast for Christ and Pop Culture. Drew has written for Paste Magazine, Relevant Magazine, Christianity Today, WORLD Magazine, and Think Christian. He lives in the Nashville, TN area with his wife and their three children.

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