Great surprise for my husband's birthday. The stock market game dates from the 1960s. The goal is to be the first player to reach the winning monetary total.
The trophies are fun, but can be a bit confusing. Through multiple plays, however, the game evolves. This keeps it fresh and exciting the more you play.
Players take on the role of children protecting their schoolhouse from infiltrating zombies. There isn't much we can do to soften the art of all the kids wielding weapons, though, so beware if that is against your parenting style.
My 6-year-old grandsons love this game. It says 7+, but my 6 yo loves it also. Our youngest can also play.
Best feature is it is a game stressing strategy and cooperation. It’s fun to strategize cooperatively.
The game tackles more advanced mechanics and throws them into a game meant for little ones. The leveling of the game was a really fun and useful idea. The “legacy” aspect of changing and modifying the game through new rules and stickers works great.
The company says they have rules explained online but the video is more of a sales pitch than actual explanations.