Thursday, September 14, 2017

New Fish Food Game from Goliath Games

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

Our kids were excited when we received the Fish Food Game from Goliath to review. This is one they had seen on Youtube and were excited to play it.

Fish Food is for 1-4 players ages 4 years old and above. This is an awesome game that the smart fish knows how to play. If the fish lands on you, feed him one of your cards. Watch out on the next spin, that fish may spit the card right back at you! The first player to get rid of all their cards wins. The smart fish knows who wins and will call out the winner at the end of the game.

The Fish Food game has a distinct open box design stands out on a shelf. Players take turns feeding the hungry fish to get rid of their cards, but watch out! He may spit a card back at you! There is no reading required to play the game.

Goliath Games markets brands such as Rummikub, Triominos, Rolit, Wordsearch, Pop the Pig, Doggie Doo, Gooey Looey, Robofish, Domino Rally and many more sold under the flag of Goliath. Currently Goliath owns and operates offices in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, USA (Goliath LLC and Pressman), Canada, Hong Kong and Australia (Crown & Andrews). Their head office (R&D, financial administration and logistics) is located in the Netherlands, from where we export to approximately 70 countries world-wide. The Goliath slogan is ‘Clever Together!’ this applies to their products that combine fun and wittiness, as well as the internal processes of creating and marketing them.

We had lots of fun watching the kids play this game. If your interested in purchasing Fish Food you can find it at Toys R US, Amazon and Walmart.

If your interested in learning more about Goliath Toys or want to purchase your own Fish Food Game you can connect via Facebook , @GoliathGamesUS , You Tube and Goliath Games Website .


  1. We love playing games together as a family and this looks like a lot of fun!

  2. We have extended family game night once a month. Every family brings a covered dish and we have 3 tables of games and then some of the children games spillover onto the floor. This Fish game looks like just the ticket for our younger crowd.

  3. This sounds like it would be a fun game for all the little ones! I wonder if my grand neice is old enough for it yet--maybe next year!

  4. Having 5 kids, mine all love playing games together and this does sound like a pretty cool game for them