What is it
Ninja-like reflexes, sharp recognition skills, and mental fortitude steals the game in this tile-snatching challenge known as Cobra Paw! Players take turns rolling the dice (featuring 6 unique symbols), spotting the tile with the matching pattern, then grabbing it before their opponents. The first player to snatch up 6 tiles wins the game and bestows great honour to the Grand Shidoshi, Master Meow!
A fun, fast paced and competitive game great for 2-6 players.
This is the how to play video for Cobra Paw! Ninja-like reflexes, sharp recognition skills, and mental fortitude steals the game in our new tile-snatching challenge known as Cobra Paw!
What our team of testers said
"There are lines and blue flower shapes." - Girl aged 5
"The game is fun because you have to be fast and try and get the most patterns." - Boy aged 9
- Encourages hand-eye coordination
- Great for concentration and attention
- Develops colour, shape and pattern recognition
What our experts think
Cobra Paw is a fantastic game which entices children in with its fast pace and different patterns. Matching games like this provide great developmental opportunities as they encourage children to quickly recognise different shapes and patterns, as well as improving their concentration and reaction skills.
Our testers quickly got engaged with the game and enjoyed the competitive element as they played to see who got the most tiles first. It also encouraged hand-eye coordination as they picked up the different tiles and rolled the dice. The game is inclusive and versatile, with a range of age groups able to play it together. For example, our older testers slowed the pace down, giving the younger ones a chance to match the correct pattern.
- RRP: £14.99
- Brands: Asmodee
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
Puzzles & games
- Types of skills developed: Categorisation & comparison
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing