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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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My students love this game. I pull it out anytime they start yawing over their lessons and I have them work a math problem or spell a word, etc before they draw their cards.Published 13 days ago by Lisa Countiss
Involves understanding how tiles match (by color or by shape) and using these matches to build a castle. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rafael
This game quickly became a favorite of three grandsons, ages 10, 7, and 6.Published 7 months ago by nanawendy
I got this game for a five year old. It's a lot of fun for the whole family. I think it will be a good transition to more complicated games like Carcassonne and Settlers of Catan.Published 12 months ago by burghermeister
My kids ages 4 and up can play this game... and it's one that mom and dad enjoy, too!Published 12 months ago by K. Spain
Definitely a children's game. I can't see anyone over the age of maybe 10 or 11 really having a very fun time with this. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joe Peterson
Middle school boys seem to really enjoy this game we have begun to make new rules to make it more challenging bought multiple games so many can play same game at same timePublished 13 months ago by Sue M Krogsdale
A keeper. Strangely challenging but super simple to learn and play. My 9 year old and I played several times in a row. Fun!Published 16 months ago by SMC
this is just like uno, only instead of trying to get rid of cards in your hand, you're trying to play your tiles and build a 3x3 castle, matching either color or shape. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jeff DeArment