CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Game of Life 50th Anniversary
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- 50th Anniversary Edition of this beloved classic game!
- Everything you remember about the 1960 edition.
- Rediscover the fun!
- For 2 to 6 players, ages 10 & up.
- CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
During my first play-through with my housemates and friends, we've encounter all sorts of problems. From the very start, it was confusing. If there are 6 players or even if 3 players decided to go to college, there isn't enough bank loan paper for each player.
The next problem were the stop sign next to the orange spot. Some of the stops signs were place before the orange and some were after. So it was rather confusing if you had to stop before the sign or on the orange spot at some point. The rules also wasn't too clear if you had to get married.
Another problem was again, the bank loan, if enough players sue one player during the game, one player could potentially be in debt taking up all the bank loans. Then when players are force to upgrade their house, the player in debt will ultimately be, for the lack of better term, completely screwed because those houses are expensive.
Later on was the going back to college route, if there are six players who went to college, no one can change their job since there are only 6 jobs in the college career deck unless someone loses their job. Everyone is force to only get a salary raise instead.
-Lawsuit, this is fun but can lead to problems with the game as I stated above.
-More squares than previous iteration.Read more ›
We weren't thrilled with this new version. We'll probably just play it as best we can the old fashioned way instead. I'd recommend the old Game of Life over this 50th anniversary one any day.
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