Go Cuckoo!

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Age: 4 Years +
  • Ages: 4-99
  • Players: 2-5
  • Game Length: ~15 minutes 

Help Kiki Cuckoo build a nest for her eggs. Be careful! As soon as a few suitable twigs are on the nest you must gently rest a cuckoo egg on top; the fragile eggs may tumble down a half-built nest! It takes finesse and a little luck to be the first to place all of your wooden eggs safely in the nest. The winner is the one who can then securely place the wooden Cuckoo bird on top of the nest of twigs!


  • 1 nesting site (bottom part of can)
  • 1 Kiki Cuckoo
  • 70 wooden sticks
  • 20 cuckoo eggs
  • 1 set of game instructions

 Download instructions [pdf]

UPC: 4010168221243
Width: 11.00
Height: 4.00
Depth: 4.00
Go Cuckoo!
SKU: 302219
Warnings: Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years. Small balls. Choking hazard.
Made in: China

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  • 4
    Great toy but mediocre game

    Posted by Michael on Aug 2nd 2019

    Building the nest and balancing the eggs is a fun activity, but it's been a bit too easy in all my plays. Even my four year knows that if he misses an opportunity to place an egg due to an unlucky draw, he probably won't win. Thus, as a game, it falls a bit short. Starting with fewer sticks in the can and drawing a maximum of two helps with this. As with all HABA games, though, the quality is excellent. I'd still recommend for small children (around 5), but I'd take Rhino Hero instead.

  • 5
    Go Cuckoo!

    Posted by Debbie Moynihan on May 29th 2018

    I bought Go Cuckoo as a game to play with my 3 year old and her older kids (9+). It's hard to find games that are fun for this wide age range. This game isn't easy, it's a pretty creative game design, and of course little kids like to pick up and move around eggs and sticks. I like the sturdy container and how it fits the game in a thematic yet compact space. When the other kids came home, they wanted to try the game, just based on seeing the packaging.