The cost to play is $3 for one game and $5 for two games. Each duck has a "S" for small prize, "M" for medium, "L" for large, and "Ch" for choice. The player will choose a duck and hand it to the worker the worker will then look at the the bottom of the duck and tell them what prize section they get. The player then chooses a prize off the wall from that section. A "Ch" duck or choice means you can pick a prize for any section off the wall. Kids love this game because they get a prize every time.
The cost to play is $3 for a dart and $5 for two. There are several posters on the wall and the player chooses which poster they want to hit. If the dart sticks to a poster you get that poster and if it doesn't, no worry you can always try again. This game is mostly played by pre-teens and above.
Just like the rest of the games it cost $3 for a dart and $5 for two. In order to win a stuffed animal you have to stick the dart inside the star. This game is all about aim and a little bit of talent. Don't worry, everybody still gets a prize, even if the dart doesn't stick inside the star.