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.
It works well for younger children, but anyone can play. It's a little too complicated for the 4 year old still but he likes flipping the character flaps down. Our youngest is 3 and our oldest is 8 and our girls love playing this game.
The cards are thin and can be bent easily if you try, but they won't be damaged in regular use. It's a fun game. It’s a convenient size.
The cards fall out in the middle of play and the card holders get jammed. You have to weave the portrait between the bars to get it to stay securely. The cards have to be placed in the holder every 2 mins after falling out.
Just various shades of brown and a few token *. It's difficult to tell the difference between blue and green eyes, for example. Unless someone has really keen eyesight, it’s hard to distinguish between the details.
Most characters are dark skinned, there is hardly any asian representation, and no obvious hispanic characters. The name that goes with the character are pretty obvious what culture it belongs to.