- designer: Heinz Meister
- publisher: Huch & Friends
- date: 2004
- BoardGameGeek rank/rating: 2772/6.44
- age: 5+
- # of players: 2-6
- print status: in print
- cost: 14.95 Euro (amazon.de - roughly $21)
- There are two ice floes which are already cracked (they have a "Danger!" sign on them). If Daddy Cool ends a move on one of these spaces, you must roll again.
- When the last place cub has 2 (or more) floes behind him, one of them is taken out of the game and the rest of them are added to the front of the track.
I think what takes this game into the edge of kid gaming perfection is the components... the chunky tiles, the custom dice & the cool bear tokens. And, for once, a game that has a backstory that explains why the animals come in DayGlo colors. (Though, come to think of it, you got ask some questions about Inuits that are looking to paint their homes in the same color scheme as Toontown.)
A couple of notes about age & number of players: I've had good success with younger players in a mixed group (adults & kids) - my 3 year old can play this with some help. But although the box says 2-6 players, the game works much better with 3 or more.