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Is Gulo Gulo fun to play?

Is Gulo Gulo fun to play?
Gulo Gulo

Players: 2 – 6 players | Game Duration 15 – 20 mins | Min. Age 5+ | Game complexity: EASY

Genre: Action/Dexterity, Animals, Children Games, Humour

Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Gulo Gulo about?

The Wolverine, also known as Gulo Gulo, is the most prominent member of the marten family. This is why he is so hungry and when he sees a nest full of eggs, he is unable to keep his paws off them. Junior Gulos are just as keen on lady swamp vultures’ eggs. Unfortunately for Gulo junior, he was caught by the lady herself, while attempting to steal one of her eggs and has now been detained. There is only one thing left to do: get the family together and search for the little bugger. By now, the Gulo family certainly would have found their Gulo junior if it wasn’t for the fact that they are so greedy for those eggs. They cannot resist passing a nest without stealing an egg. However, stealing an egg has become quite a challenge these days. Those peppy swamp vultures have come up with a pesky alarm system to protect their nests. And Gulos that are too greedy and clumsy, are met with a huge scare rather then a tasty breakfast egg…Whoever jumps the furthest, will get to Gulo junior first and can win the game.

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How to Play Gulo Gulo and Review Videos

Awards Won by Gulo Gulo

2003 Kinderspielexperten “5-to-9-year-olds” Second Place
2003 Kinderspielexperten “5-to-9-year-olds” Nominee
2003 Japan Boardgame Prize Best Childgame Nominee

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