David Mair

‚ÄčQuick Sound (1986) had 6 different cardboard 3 X 3 grids with either a picture of an animal or an arrow pointing to one of the other squares in the grid that did have an animal pictured. The grid was labeled with three colors across the top and three numbers down the side, so when two dice were rolled the combination pointed to one square on that player's board.  The first player to make the animal sound for the square indicated got a chip.  The first player with 10 chips was the winner.