The game is quick and easy to learn. Children can play it before candy land or go fish. There are quite a few directions that need to be read.
Hungry bins is a combination of the game memory and adds sorting skills. Get the brain working and teach sorting and recycling.
The best part is there is no plastic pieces or batteries required, it is kid-powered.
This is not flimsy at all. It is thicker and i can't see it ever breaking from normal use. It looks cool and is sturdy also comes with a little helpful cleaner rag.
Comes in a really stupendous book box (held closed by an elastic strap that goes over the front and is attached to the back) with a foam boarder which could be used as a dice tray if desired. The customer service is stellar and mine came with an unexp... Read More
The outside of the box is minimalist and mostly black, acceptably classy looking. Comes with a good sized white polishing cloth incase you get fingerprints on your aoe disk (which is clear, obvi) no scratches.
A little disruptive to game play as everything must be moved when placing on the game surface. It takes a lot of guess work outta of the equation.
The only redeeming quality is if my players give any lip, i can throw it at them like a frisbee. The novelty isn’t worth a third effort.
A 5' radius circle is actually 10' in diameter. That means that a cube in the game would be 5*5*5, not (5*2) cubed. I hope these folks don't manufacture yardsticks and tape measures.
The writing on the product is faded in one side and more clear on the printed side (where it would be mirrored) once you turn it to the right side since all the printing is on the back the opaqueness limits its usefulness. The plastic is also so badly... Read More
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