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.
Easy to learn, great build quality and very competitive. Great montessori-like learning for the whole family. My 5 year old loves it and so does my 14 year old! Play with my kids (age15, 8 and 4). He's 11 and his 7 year old sister plays too when we wa... Read More
Otrio wood board (tic tac toe game) is mathematically isomorphic to 3d tic-tac-toe. Can be played with 2-4 people. Easy to learn, even if players have scant clue as to what they're doing.
Game looks more than nice decor than the real game. It wobbles a bit but it doesn't see-saw or pose any amount of challenge. The design of the curved base is poor.
Marbles bounce out of the poorly designed cage and bounce off the holding tray and all over the floor. Needs a sharper pivot point to facilitate great challenges. It takes more than 4 marbles in the end zone for the higher side to touch the table. If ... Read More
Game essentially boils down to whoever rolls higher numbers wins. More complex tic-tac-toe is not more interesting after five minutes.