Dinosaur Dash – The New Dinosaur Evolution Game

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Dinosaur Dash Game – Can you be the first to Evolve?

Designed with the co-operation of those clever palaeontologists at the Natural History Museum in London, the Dinosaur Dash game challenges players to survive the age of reptiles.

In this family, dinosaur themed, board game, the object is to take your little dinosaur playing piece, all herbivores (we suspect because if there was a T. rex playing piece then this would lead to too many arguments), from the Triassic to the Cretaceous.

Dinosaur Evolution Game

For two to four players, with a special game version for especially young dinosaur fans (five years and up), the board game is supplied with a set of dinosaur quiz and chance cards to help young people learn about prehistoric animals.  The game uses beautifully illustrated game cards, from the Natural History Museum in London and is packed full of dinosaur facts and information.

The Dinosaur Dash – Evolution Game

The game box is wonderfully illustrated by John Sibbick; the famous dinosaur artist and illustrator.  As you play the game you will have to answer questions about prehistoric animals and rely on your knowledge, skill and luck to survive the Mesozoic.  It is a great festive gift idea for fans of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals and the game has a strong educational element too.

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Along your time travelling adventure, you may have to escape the fearsome jaws of a Tyrannosaurus rex, or fight off a rival Triceratops with a display of your frill and three horns.  Can you be the first to evolve?

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur praised the game.  It represents lots of fun for all the family.  After all, how would you cope when faced with a T. rex?

The spokesperson added:

“It is a great board game.  We recommend this wonderful, family-friendly game.  It would make an ideal Christmas gift.”