- Shark Dentist Game is a fast and fun game for two or more players! Perfect for family game night, kids will love the tense, thrilling excitement.
- Test how quick your reflexes are. Every time you open the shark’s mouth, a random tooth will be sore. Each player takes a turn pressing down a tooth within his ferocious mouth.
- Pick the sore tooth, and the shark’s jaws will snap at your finger. The tension builds as no one knows which tooth will snap his jaws shut!
- Press the wrong tooth, and his eyes flash while he laughs and shuts his jaws on your finger. Reset him time and time again. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
- Measures 9″ long x 5-1/4″ wide x 4″ tall. Fun for the whole family! Recommended, Ages 3 and Up.
What crocodile? This shark is meaner and scarier than any old croc. This shark has toothaches and a hungry attitude. Watch out for his bite, he has jagged teeth, and he wants to use them! His eyes will light up, and he will laugh in perverse delight if he chews on your finger! The rules are simple. Shark has a set of 13 teeth. Alternate pressing on a tooth, yet don’t pick his sore tooth! Or then again, else shark will snap down on your finger! To win, be the principal dentist who doesn’t get chomped by the shark.
This shark is brimming with surprises. Each time you open the sharks’ mouth, an arbitrary tooth will be sore. No one can tell which tooth will cause his jaw to snap shut! This shark measures 8″ long, which is ideal for movement. It’s small enough where you can take it anywhere.
Requires 2 AA batteries (excluded). Contrasted with the crocodile dentist game, this shark has a stronger bite. Troubleshooting Tips: If there are issues with the shark teeth not going down or can not keep the mouth open – the screws may have turned out to be loosened during transit. Please adjust/fix the screws at the base of the shark to fix the issue.
1. Jaw can’t stay open – Customer can adjust the screws in section 1 of the screws on the base.
2. Trigger (teeth) is not working smoothly, need to use power – Loosening the screws in section 2 just a tad should resolve the issue.