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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Play as friends, not as enemies! Family Pastimes games foster the spirit of cooperation. Players help each other climb a mountain, make a community, complete a space exploration... They never play against each other. After all, the initial impulse to play a game is social; that is, we bring out a game because we want to do something together. How ironic then that in most games, we spend all our efforts trying to bankrupt someone, destroy their armies - in other words, to get rid of one another!
At Family Pastimes we believe that people of different ages and abilities should be able to play side by side, each making their best contribution. We are all there together when we finish the game to take joy in our successes and wonder how we might work together even better the next time we play. Thus, Family Pastimes games will prove to be a friendly form of fun. Socialization, entertainment, academic learning, character growth, etc. - whatever your objectives, we invite you to realize them by cooperative means. We hope you enjoy playing and learning together!
This is an awesome family game. It is easy and fun to play, and my 7 and 4 year old have asked to play this over and over. I love that they have to work together to win. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teacher
We love to play this as a family with our 6 year old daughter. Easy to learn but a fun challenge. We will buy more co-op games from this company.Published 1 month ago by Diana Spragg
very fun family cooperative game for 4-8. and it is a quick game so you can play several.Published 2 months ago by John Young
We've played this game with our 5 year old grandson several times and we all had a great time. He loves it.Published 3 months ago by J to the M
It's a great cooperative game. I imagine with as flimsy as the materials are that they produce it with, it won't hold up will with young children.Published 4 months ago by James Hopper
As others have pointed out, the materials are inexplicably low-quality. The board doesn't lie flat and the pieces are so flimsy that it's hard to handle them and they skitter all... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ravana
Our granddaughter sometimes even plays this game by herself. Love having some games that are cooperative rather than competitive in nature.Published 5 months ago by Nancy Newman
My 4 and 3 year old really like it. It is a mixture of clue and memory. I will say we win very rarely, but it was worth the money.Published 6 months ago by SKD