U-Build Mouse Trap Game
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- At the start of the game choose one of four colored mouse pawns and place it on its matching color spaceship and designated section of the game board.
- Players begin by adding and stacking U-Build bricks that look like cheese in a location of their choice.
- The mouse stays in this location unless a roll of the dice directs you to move it.
- Use the Action dice to move the marble mice around the game board and use the boot to launch your mouse onto the moon made of cheese.
- Be the first player to collect 10 cheese bricks. Collect the cheese by knocking them over with your mouse on each turn.
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On the plus side: a smart 7-year-old was able to assemble the board without much help, and the game looks like it should be fun to play as long as you aren't expecting something else.
Now take away actual crazy trap that made the original game famous and that's what you have now. U-Build doesn't mean building that crazy trap. It means using cheap Lego style blocks to put obstacles around. It's a completely different game. My suggestion? Don't bother. Get the original if you want a Mousetrap game. Even if you are looking for a different kind of game I would say... well... get a different game.
My boys (4 & 7) love this game. As did the 8 year old girl next door.
Time consuming to set up for each time you play.
The "walls" around the edge are cardboard as well as the 5 hills in the middle-so this won't last long.
The only reason I gave this game as many stars as I did is because the kids really do enjoy playing. But, had I known then, what I know now, I never would have allowed my 4 year old to waste his money on a game that won't last him long :(
It's a flimsy game board that has holes in it that you must stick pieces into every time you play. For four teenagers that were anxious to get the game rolling, putting it together was a hassle, and confusing.
You have four cardboard houses that you put your mouse (that's a round ball with a face) on, and use a cheap, plastic book to kick the mouse off its stand. You have to tip over cheese pieces in order to gain that piece of cheese. Unfortunately, the cheese either fell over when the board shook, or didn't move from the spot even after being hit a few times. You don't catch a mouse at all - if you dice lands on "Trap a mouse" then you can trap one of your opponents.
Honestly - never playing the original, I wouldn't doubt that my friend will never take this thing out of the box again - considering all the time it took to disassemble it and make it fit back in the box. The only reason this was fun the first time we played it, is because we cheated, and kept stealing cheese from each other.
Even though it's been said in other reviews, it definitely deserves to be said again - if you're looking for the original mouse trap, or an updated version of the game, don't buy this one... It doesn't have any parts, and you're not building a mousetrap, like the other game... I agree with a previous reviewer - it's more like a marble game than anything.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wasn't satisfied with this game. I had bought it new and the box was damaged like a child had ripped the sides of the boxes. Pieces were missing. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sarah Quade
was for grandson n he was thrilled, amazon was wonderful and same with gogly eyes thank youPublished 12 months ago by trudy jenkins
Kids love it, very therapeutic when used in play therapy settingPublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
A little harder to put together than I had thought, but it is fun.Published 15 months ago by L. S. Kester
My six-year-old is very skilled assembling Legos and he put this game together himself. The rules are simple and we can play a game within 15 minutes. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Eileen Romain