Tiger Banana Pancake
A crazy, chaotic, fast-paced
party game for all ages.
Race to do silly actions. But don’t be fooled by tricky imposters!
- 2 – 6 players
- For ages 7+
- 1 – 5 minutes to play
Surprisingly Fun Easy to Learn This was a cute easy to learn game. I think the reactions and funny responses make this game so fun. It takes about 2-3 minutes to learn the game and about 4-5 minutes to complete a round. Super easy and fun to learn definitely recommended to keep in your game closet!
Fantastic and fun So my family played a game similar to this at Christmas. Tiger, banana and pancake is a little bit more complex. But so much more fun.This is a game for 2 to 6 players. It is fast paced and tons of fun. Very easy to do. Lots of cards in here. So you have a tiger, banana, and pancake. Then you have impostors. Which is cards that look like they should be a tiger, pancake, and banana, but are actually imposters. You also have actions that you do with each card. Totally fun and there’s an inspector involved! When you get the pig, which is the inspector the games over.So easy to play. It literally takes five minutes to explain all the rules to your family. The cards are well-made and their plastic coated so you won’t have any trouble with that. The game can last one minute or 10 minutes.We have a blast playing this game. If you do it with kids, it’s totally fun or you can do it while doing some drinks and the adults will go over the top. As you flip the cards, it gets more and more intense.I am thrilled with the graphics on these cards. I love the colors of them. Absolutely fantastic.We plan on taking these on our cruise and in the summer we will take them camping. I cannot recommend this enough for just a fun family game.
Super silly, well illustrated The cards are fun drawings. There is a little bit of possibility for picking on each other, but otherwise it's a quick and silly take on the quick reaction type card games.
So fun! So easy! So cute! This game was honestly such a blast. It was short and sweet, easy to learn and overall had my husband and I cracking up. I'd say it is probably more fun with a bigger group but my husband and I were crying laughing while playing. The art is the best part. Absolutely adorable and you can see a lot of hard work went into creating this game. I hope they come up with expansions because this is a game I could see myself coming back to every game night.
Fun and Easy Game! I love Games that are easy to learn but fun and dynamic. This was just that. You need to be alert and focused, yet there’s so much fun energy while playing. The imposter cards allow for people to make comebacks so you’re never out of the game!
The Game That Flips Fun on Its Head! As an Amazon Vine Reviewer, I recently had the pleasure of trying out the Tiger Banana Pancake card game, and let me tell you, it's a wild ride from start to finish!Imagine a game where you're frantically flipping cards, trying to match symbols, and racing against time—all while dodging flying bananas! Yes, you heard me right, flying bananas. This game takes the classic concept of a matching card game and adds a hilarious twist that will have you and your family or friends roaring with laughter.The fast-paced nature of Tiger Banana Pancake makes it perfect for family game night or a lively party. Each round is a whirlwind of excitement as players compete to be the first to spot matching symbols and slap their hand down on the banana pile. It's a recipe for chaos in the best possible way!But beware, this game is not for the faint of heart. As the tension rises and the pace quickens, you'll find yourself on the edge of your seat, frantically flipping cards and hoping for a match. And just when you think you've got the hang of it, someone will inevitably unleash a flurry of bananas, sending the game into hilarious pandemonium.In conclusion, Tiger Banana Pancake is a must-have addition to your game night arsenal. It's quirky, it's fast-paced, and above all, it's a barrel of laughs. So grab your friends, embrace the chaos, and get ready for a flipping good time!
So fun! This game was easy to learn and quick to play. This is great to work on memorization skills since you have to be the first to perform different actions with each of the different cards. Although listed as 2-6 players, this game is more fun with more players. The silly actions and quick pace keeps kids and adults engaged. Fun for family game night.
5yo loooooves this game I know it says 7+, but I got this game with my 5yo in mind and he absolutely loves it. I only had to explain how each card works once and he had it down! He is so quick that he has won every game so far. Kids have incredible memories.The fact that it is such a quick game makes it great for him as well. This is the first game we have played that has kept his attention. Playing it with him standing up I am sure has helped since he can use his whole body to act out the cards. It's a great way to get him moving and use up a bit of that pent up energy.We have a big range of ages in our house with the oldest kid being 22 and the youngest being 5. And this game has been entertaining for not only the kids, but the parents as well.100% worth it!
Fun, fast game to learn and play This is such an easy game to learn, in part because the rules are really simple, but mostly because alongside the written instructions was a QR code that led to two instruction videos done by different people, so I was able to pick the best way to learn for my needsPlay is quick (or super quick if you get the pig early in the game since that's "the end" of the game) and a huge amount of silly fun that keeps the gameplay rolling the whole time.The quality of the cards is also very good. They're thick with high-quality, delightful graphics, and they're easy to shuffle---glossy enough to help them move smoothly but not so glossy that they fly away from my grip.Although the game is listed for 2-6 players and can technically be played with two players, it's not quite as fun as playing with more. Either way, it's a great game and a lot of fun, a perfect fit for my family (two adults, two kids, ages 9 and 11).