Littlest Pet Shop

by Rachel


The Littlest Pet Shop: fun for younger gamers

The Littlest Pet Shop: fun for younger gamers

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Quick verdict

The Littlest Pet Shop game is super-cute and easy enough for most Kindergarten-aged children to grasp.

The game and gameplay

Littlest Pet Shop Game is a boardgame for two to four players, age four and up.

Each player chooses one of the adorable bobble head animals (turtle, bunny, kitty and puppy) and takes turns spinning the dial to work their way from the start position all around the board.

Click here to Put Your Foot Down: submit your OWN Footprint Rating and leave comments for this game!At each of the four locations (playground, diner, playhouse and salon) they will receive a colored pawprint token. Each location has its own colored token (pink, yellow, blue and green).

The first player to receive all four colored tokens and make it back to the start is the winner!The game can be tricky, however, because if you land on a flower space, your turn is over.

And if your opponent lands on a monkey space, it’s time for monkey business! That means that your opponent can now take one of your pawprint tokens if they don’t already have that color token themselves.

The verdict

This game is lots of fun, with lots giggling from the younger crowd! And who doesn’t like the adorable littlest pets they provide as tokens?

Boardgame Beast gives Littlest Pet Shop four footprints out of five. Click here to leave comments and submit your OWN score for this game!

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Oct 17, 2013

Littlest Pet Shop Report Card


by: Elisabeth

This was given as a gift by us to our 5yo. daughter who ate, slept, and breathed all things Littlest Pet Shop. The pets that came with the game were by far the biggest hit. She really never clicked with the game. I think having the pets there and trying to focus on the game conflicted for her. She much preferred to use the little pets for imaginative play than to incorporate them into a “formal game”. Grade Given C-

May 08, 2012

Littlest Pet Shop

by: online pet store

Great website, and I love this game.

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