Don’t Rock The Croc

Review By Barbara Spalding

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Game At A Glance

Age: 3+

Players: Any

Play Time:  10 mins

Complexity:  None

Objective Per Game Manufucture:

Don’t make the crocodile angry! Place the colorful wooden pieces on the croc’s belly and make sure it is always balanced. But be careful, if you are not precise you will end up rocking the crocodile causing the wooden pieces to tumble and you will have to start all over. Don’t Rock the Croc™ develops dexterity, color recognition & hand-eye coordination. Suitable for solitary or group play.

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Family Scholastic Adventures Rating

Educational Value (per target age): 

Fun/Sustaining Interest: ✭✭✭✭

Ease of Learning the Game: ✭✭✭✭✭

Easy Set Up/Clean Up: ✭✭✭✭✭

Game Design: ✭✭✭✭

Replayability: ✭✭✭✭✭

Artistic Design✭✭

Educational Elements:

✭ Facts & Trivia

✭ Critical Thinking

✭ Mathmatical Concepts

Science/Physics Concepts

✭ Reading/Comprehension/Spelling

✭ Historical Theme or Concept

✭ Art/Culture

Game Categories:


Ο Cooperative

Ο Competitive

Single Player

Ο Two Player Only

Ο Campaign/Legacy

Ο Single Use (Disposable)


Ο Push Your Luck

Ο Expansion/Expandable

Ο Deck Building 

Ο Area Control

Ο Puzzle/Decoding

Ο Character Building/Roll Playing


Ο Tiles

Ο Cards

Ο Dice

Ο Strategic/Critical Thinking

Ο Roll & Move/Adventure

Ο Electronic/Tech Interactive

Don’t Rock The Croc is a super adorable, simple game of balance and color recognition. This playful design, keeps preschoolers engaged as they try different block variations to maintain a balanced weight distribution. Game play only takes a few mins and can easily be incorporated into a group activity or solo play. Fantastic opportunity for older siblings to get some quality time with younger siblings in a constructive and fun manner.