Cat Crimes Game
Our price: $13.99
While cat sitting your neighbor’s cats, you are greeted by spilled coffee, broken flower pots, tangled yarn, and a missing bird! Which of the six furry felines was responsible for each Cat Crime?
With a little logical deduction problem, you will be able to figure out exactly where each Cat was sitting at the time of the crime. Is it Sassy the ragdoll, Ginger the tabby, or Duchess the Persian?
Use Cat traits, paw prints, toy placement, and the location of other items to name the culpable Cat!
Cat Crimes comes with 6 cardboard cat tokens, 6 cardboard crime tokens, and 40 increasingly difficult Challenge Cards with solutions.
Manufacturer: ThinkFun, Inc.
Age Recommendation: 8+
Awards and Endorsements:
2018 National Parenting Product Awards Winner!
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CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by The Learning Momma
”Cat Crimes is a fun 'who done it' logic game, with increasingly more difficult challenge cards, so kids (and adults!) can up the complexities and difficult level as desired the more rounds that they play.”Read the Review
review by Roads to Everywhere
”Cat Crimes is labeled as a single player game and it can certainly be played that way, but we find it more fun for two of us to work through the clues together.”Read the Review
The process of deduction makes my daughter really think! She has gotten quite good at it and can figure some out without any help!
We love this game! Bought it for my 6 year old. Had us stumped a few times but is definitely a family favorite!
My 10 and 11 year of love this! Such a fun game to apply logical thinking! My kids font even realize they are learning!
My 11 year old daughter loves this game! She opened it immediately after receiving it for Christmas, and started figuring out the challenges right away. We needed a single player game for her while I work with the younger kids throughout the day, and this is the perfect fit.
Both my 7 and 10 year old enjoy playing this game. I would describe it as a simplified version of Clue, but with much cuter characters. There is some assembly required, but once it's done the first time, your children can pull it out and play with no other adult interaction necessary.