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5 Reasons We Love Clack! — and Kids Do, Too

CLACK! is the irresistible magnetic stacking game that makes family game night into a Fun-derdome!

Matt Harvey

At CAMP, the Discovery Cabin is where our Counselors and kiddos test-drive the toys we're really excited about. We take our favorites off the shelf and out of the box, so you can see for yourself how they work!

Welcome to your new favorite family game night attraction — Clack! Clack! is the frenetic game of stack ‘em and clack ‘em that sees each player racing to capture plastic discs that attach with magical magnets with a satisfying clack sound that gives the game its name!

Each Clack! disc has colorful, silly shapes on it — like feet and flowers — that match up with the images and colors on the game’s unique dice. The game mechanics are simple enough for even our smallest friends to master quickly: Roll the dice to find out what color and shape combo you’re after, then clack away! The player with the tallest clack stack at the end of the game wins. The game pieces even make for a clacking good fidget toy when you’re not actively engaged in a stack battle. 

CAMP loves Clack! so much that we gave Amigo a coveted "Paper Plate Award" for it at the 2020 Toy Fair!

Here are 5 reasons why we love Clack!

1. Onomatopoeia!

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CLACK! gets its name from the satisfying clack sound the discs make when they magnetize together! Hearing the magnets engage is super gratifying!

2. Frenzy!

The free-for-all nature of the fast paced game play is absolute adrenaline food! Your inner competitor will yearn to play it again and again!

3. Rules, shmools

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The game mechanics are super simple, so it’s easy for anyone to pick up how to play as quickly as a clack stack can get stacked!

4. Paired play

Clack! is just as fun for adults as it is for kids — which means more time playing together!

5. Get to the good part

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Some games take longer to set up than they do to actually play the game (looking at you, Mousetrap!). Clack! is the opposite: Just dump the magnetic discs out of the box, spread 'em out, and get to the fun part. The magnets make for quick, fun cleanup as well.