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U-Build Mouse Trap Game

by Hasbro
3.4 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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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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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Build your board and chase down the cheese! Assembly is only half the fun as you build your game, Space Boot and Trap...then, chase down the cheese. Don't get trapped as you search for the cheese in outer space. Collect 10 cheese bricks to win. Play it our way, or change things up! Find all of the cheese, customize the gameboard, add in some twists, and make it your own!For 2 - 4 players, aged 6 and up.Contents Include: 108 U-BUILD bricks, 4 mouse marbles, 4 small cardboard Cheese Hills, 1 large cardboard Cheese Mountain, 1 Trap part, 1 Space Boot part, 1 die with label sheet, a 20 x 20 gameboard, assembly guide and game guide.

From the Manufacturer

In the U-BUILD MOUSE TRAP Game, the traditional game of Mouse Trap is heading into space. 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. 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.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003B1WF7Q
  • Item model number: 25636
  • Our recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,334 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Disappointing: most of the board is made of flimsy cardboard, and the click-together pieces don't stay together well. Don't expect the standard "Mouse Trap" play--this is more of a marble bowling game. My son was so frustrated that I haven't been able to talk him into playing, so I don't know how playable it actually is. When the board is put together, it won't fit back in its box, but it isn't sturdy enough to hold up to lots of rebuilding.

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.
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This is a pain...why would anyone want to go to all that trouble every time they wanted to play...I would agree with the previous review. Don't waste your time or money. I wished we had bought the "real" game. You build it, just means repeated assembly. I'm hopeing we can return it to the store we purchased it.
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This game has no redeeming qualities at all. It took WAY too long to "assemble" to even start to play and both my kids looked bored to death while actually playing the game. It is NOT fun, it is NOT educational, it is NOT durable. It's a shame because my 5yr old was really looking forward to playing it...I don't think he'll ever want to play it again.
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It's been said before, but it bears repeating. This game is absolutely nothing like the original Mousetrap game many of us adults enjoyed as kids. The original had simple gameplay, but what made the whole thing was the Rube Goldberg style mousetrap that you built to finish the game. You had a marble go through all sorts of automated obstacles that made a child look at in wonder. When (sometimes "if") the trap catches the mouse the kids were wowed that the crazy contraption did it.

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.
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We got this game for my 6y.o son because he insisted on the Lego version. I was a little nervous given the number of bad reviews, but I figured that for $8.50, I can try it out. Here is my opinion of some of the issues brought up. The board really takes no longer to set up than a game of "Life" or any other new game where plastic pieces are mounted to the board. Yes there are some Lego pieces to put together, but i didn't think it was that hard is it assembling 4 pieces together- by all means this is not a complex construction. The rest of the game is no cheaper-made than any of the board game. Indeed the pieces of cheese (Lego) will easily fall over if the board in bumped into, but how else are they supposed to get knocked down by the little mouse marble, which is afterall the goal of the game. Perhaps this game is not for those who are self-starters and who don't like to to read instructions. After a few games of this with my kids, I can confidently vote this as a fun game even for me to play with them.
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My 4 year old son picked this game out at the store. It was on clearance.

PROS:
My boys (4 & 7) love this game. As did the 8 year old girl next door.

CONS:
Cheaply made.
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 :(
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I have three boys ages 6,9,3 and we realy loved it. We had just as much fun putting it together and setting it up as we did playing. Great game. Dont get discouraged when you see all the pieces because you may have to set it up a few times to get the hang of it. Its a fun easy to learn easy to play. Teaches strategy on a basic level. Dont expect the origional mousetrap game ,its not. Look at it as a total different game. Dont buy it for legos. Buy it for the fun itl give you. Dont listen to the other people who were expecting the other moustrap.
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I bought this game for my friend's 16th birthday last summer, neither of us ever having played the original mouse trap game, and DYING to try it. When we bought this and pulled it out of the box, we were confused.

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.
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