Double sided cards suggest with a little effort that one side could cater to children players and the other adult. This makes it easy to accidentally grab someone else's piece.
The web app (aka web site, it's not an app that you would download and install from an app store) works well on my phone and i can cast my phone's full screen display to our android tv. Because of the web-based component i'm interested to see if they ... Read More
Played this with several of my older married siblings and had a blast. For the price, this one is a lot of fun and we've played it several times for family game night.
It can be played solo or casually by a group without the physical components. There's nothing to download, so once you get it set up, you're ready to go.
Game play is a combination of answering against a timer and answering before the other player or team. There are two different game short and long. Almost feels like a bit of a flashy but not necessary feature. I am cautious about trying out new games... Read More
The questions are way too obscure and hard. The interface is like a glorified powerpoint presentation. Slow, frustrating and not fun.
Gameplay is quick and straight forward. Changes to the existing rules are easy to figure out. I don't think i've spent so much time figuring out the basics in a long time.
It's a pretty solidly constructed game. The board and pieces are colorful, albeit cardboard - there are no plastic figurines to assemble.
My 7 yo loves this! Also, my fiance and my friends play it without him sometime. My 2 preteens love it as well.
This board game is a horrible disappointment and i do not understand all of the good reviews. The disney threw up graphics all over. Now i have to perform this annoying look-up and distract focus away from one place on the board to another. Art work a... Read More
The only remotely playable characters are the fighter and the wizard. Out of playing this 5-6 times, the wizard is extremely overpowered. The laughable thing about this is that the quick start rules suggest new players should play a rogue or cleric.
There is zero decision-making, zero strategy, and therefore the special cards that let one peek into rooms to view the monster/treasure therein are entirely meaningless.
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