Dragon's Breath Game

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Winner of the 2018 Kinderspiel de Jahres Award!!

  • Ages: 5-99
  • Players: 2-4 
  • Game Length: 15 minutes 

On one of their expeditions the dragon children Mira, Feo, Luna and Diego discover an unusual sparkling treasure: a column of ice with sparkling stones frozen inside it. They want to take the treasure back to their cave. But unfortunately the column of ice is too heavy. The only thing they can do is to melt it. But breathing fire isn't as easy as it sounds. Instead of fire they only manage hot air. Then the four of them have an idea: they'll get their dad to help.

And it works! Dad's fire breathing starts melting the column, and little by little the sparkling stones start falling out. The dragon children quickly collect the valuable treasures, and take them back to their cave. With a little luck even dad will get a few sparkling stones! Which dragon child will collect the most sparkling stones in their cave by the end of the game?

  • While you are playing, use the sparkling stone tiles to cover the holes in the game board so none of the gems fall into the wrong holes 
  • To make the game more challenging, have players switch sparkling stone tiles after every turn


  • 4 dragon children 
  • 90 sparkling stones 
  • 9 ice rings 
  • 1 ice float tile 
  • 1 dragon dad 
  • 5 sparkling stones 
  • 1 game board 
  • 1 box base with 4 dividers 

Materials: Plastic, beech wood

Age: 5 - 99 Years
UPC: 4010168233482
Width: 9.00
Height: 9.00
Depth: 2.00
Dragon's Breath Game
SKU: 303586
Made in: Germany
Warnings: Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years. Small parts. Choking risk.

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  • 5
    More interesting for adults than most kids' games

    Posted by Michael on Aug 2nd 2019

    I've played this game numerous times with my four year old, and he loves it. You practice turns, but everyone is involved on each turn of the game. You also have some control over the outcome of the game by the way you remove the rings, which differentiates this from many kids' games. My 2 year old also enjoys being part of the action, though she certainly needs oversight. Highly recommend!