Penguin Pat's Fishy Business Game
The big talking Penguin game.
There's something fishy going on here, and that's exactly the way Penguin Pat likes it. Youngsters, too, will net plenty of giggles with Penguin Pat's Fishy Business game from Milton Bradley. It's silly and simple fun as Pat waddles around the round, grooved track instructing players to add or subtract a fish from either his briny bucket or another player. The fish sport tail fins in four different colors, the catch of the day (and object of the game) being one of each. Complete a koi quartet, and you're the Big Tuna: Pat has a badge and a sing-along song for you. Players may want to adopt a house rule, such as Take from the front and return to the back regarding the fish in Pat's bucket, in order to keep the color of the next player's fish a deep sea-cret.
Children are often drawn to penguins due to their cute and waddling appearance, which sparks curiosity and amusement. The tuxedo-like black and white feathers make them easily recognizable and add a whimsical touch that kids find endearing. Penguins are also often portrayed in media as playful, friendly, and full of personality, enhancing their appeal in children's eyes. Their ability to slide on their bellies and swim gracefully adds an element of fun and adventure that captivates young minds. Whether seen in nature documentaries, animated movies, or as plush toys, penguins represent a blend of humor, innocence, and excitement, making them a universally loved creature among children.