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.
Made of wood and wood byproducts. Although the marbles a bit small for larger adult hands, playing the game with the little grandsons is doable. I am an adult woman and my fingers kept knocking marbles aside.
The board is small, causing the marbles to be closer together. It makes it almost completely unplayable. Trying to put marbles back into their spaces, for every move, was very aggravating. What a shame; a great game that can't be played without frustr... Read More
The marble pegs are slippery and small. There is no room for your fingers to grab the marbles. The marbles are too small & light.