Cute game to play with the grandkids. My granddaughter loves it! My twin 8 year olds love this game and continue to play it now (well after the holidays) we love how fun and educational it is for the whole family. I could definitely see kids enjoying ... Read More
It's anybody's game (see #4), it teaches some perseverance. Kids even learn a little geography as they play, racing from city to city around the world. It has educational aspects of math, geography & cultural awareness. Petersburg and milan.
The mechanics are easy enough for kids to pick up right away. The instruction is easy. The game is very doable for 3+.
It's straightforward enough that he's able to play with only occasional guidance. He sometimes tries to start his turn by rolling the dice instead of drawing a card.
Game is very fun and exciting! Much laughter at some of the answers lol. Rules are established early on so people know how many of a certain item they are calling out. It isn't as easy as you may think being a jr.
My family loves 5 second rule and we play it often. Now my 6 year old granddaughter likes to play with us. My family are board gamers. My 6 yearold was riveted on this.
The timer makes a squeaky noise (intentionally) plus the balls rolling is loud. How can a game called 5 second rule have a timer that at most was 3. We deserve the five full seconds to answer.