It helps with tutoring and guides you when you make a mistake. I know that this will be a great intro for her and she’s very excited.
It's easy for him to set up and play by himself while teaching him the fundamental moves and strategy. His siblings are not into chess as much as he is and it's nice that he can still play without relying on them to participate. Chess is very popular ... Read More
My family loves sorry! It's the same game, but the cards have a theme of villains. This version still retains the classic sorry rules, but adds a fun villain twist to playing.
It’s easy to assemble and play. The instructions are simple yet thorough to all scenarios. Great game and great purchase.
The pawns are the real draw. Each is larger and ornate to truly represent that color's villain. This version is plastic, but more ornate/bigger.
The pieces are good and easy to handle. Distinctive quality.
One and two cards (start the journey) still bring pawns out of their start spaces. Fours (glimpse in the past) move players backwards, seven cards (deception) can be used as split plays. Elevens (betrayal) allow switching pawn places with another play... Read More
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