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U-Build Sorry

by Hasbro

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  • Game brings new life to the classic family game of sweet revenge, and gives players an exciting game play experience that is ever-changing
  • During a game of U-Build Sorry, players weave through the brick maze in a race to the center of the game board
  • Players will bust down and build up U-Build walls, and "claw" their way from Start to Home using the customizable Claw pawn-grabber
  • Be the first to get all three pawns Home to win
  • Watch out-your opponent could be out for sweet revenge and use their Claw to send you back to Home in a flash
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003B24RT4
  • Item model number: 25637
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,569 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

You build the game! Assembly is only half the fun as you build your game and the Claw. Then, race through the maze. Get to the center to tag your little pawns. Bust down walls & use the Claw to set your opponent back. Be the first to get all of your pawns home to win! Play it our way, or change things up. Create your own maze, build up the walls, add in some twists and make it your own!For 2 to 4 players, age 6 and up.Contents Include: 98 U-BUILD bricks, 8 small SORRY! pawns, 4 large SORRY! pawns, 2 dice with label sheet, a 10 x 10 gameboard, assembly guide and game guide.

From the Manufacturer

The U-BUILD SORRY! Game brings new life to the classic family game of sweet revenge, and gives players an exciting game play experience that is ever-changing. During a game of U-BUILD SORRY! Players weave through the brick maze in a race to the center of the game board. Along the way, players will bust down and build up U-BUILD walls, and "claw" their way from Start to Home using the customizable Claw pawn-grabber. Be the first to get all three pawns Home to win. Watch out-your opponent could be out for sweet revenge and use their Claw to send you back to Home in a flash.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dadinator on October 19, 2010
My 7 year old bought this with his birthday money and we've played it quite a bit since. The game is Sorry! on a much smaller scale, which is nice for quick play, but there are some new additions, too. The "claw" can be used to move a player back, but the rules say the player gets one chance to make the claw work; it usually takes me about 10 tries (my son loves that part), it's not well built.
The idea of moving walls to block your opponent is nice, but doesn't add much to the game. On 5 of 6 rolls you can either move through or relocate the wall yourself.
Nice game for kids; parents try not to think too hard about all the ways they could have made it better.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWER on January 5, 2011
My son asked for and got U-Build Sorry for Christmas. He was very excited for us to try it out. The instructions give lots of leeway for interpretation and game modification (for example, changing the board layout) is encouraged.

It's a small board, but the game can last quite awhile, especially once the kids (mine are 6 and 9) figured out some strategy. Basically, they gang up on us adults to prevent us from moving anywhere.

Everyone starts with their large pawn on their colored space. The object is to go to the center and tag the little pawns of their own color and bring them back home. Players can jump over walls of their own color but not white walls, unless they roll the die and get the "ignore wall" move. With a lucky roll of the die, walls can be moved to get out of traps or to trap other players.

The claw is used to bring the large pawn of another player back home. Players only get one chance to use it; but it's so easy, no one ever fails. (If you're having trouble, try taking it apart and repositioning the gears to make the arms close more tightly.)

This is a fun game for the family. Our children played against us and I didn't die of boredom. Great buy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Iznibs on January 5, 2011
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I had seen a few reviews on this game that "you build it the same every time" so I was a little worried. But Amazon offered a great sale so I tried it. I'm so glad we did! My 7 and 9 year old love it! Except for the name, it really isn't anything like the traditional game of Sorry. As for the "it's built the same every time". Well, to start with yes, but how you move the walls once you start makes each game different. As we've played it more, the kids have gotten more strategic what walls to move. However, strategy doesn't have to be a big part of this game. My older two (the 9 year old and a 11 year old) received Lego build games for Christmas which really do take strategy. This leaves my 7 year old of competing in those games. But everyone can get this game. It isn't that complex.

One note of durability - the "claw" that comes with it had to be taken apart by my husband to fix a poor assembly. The claws didn't come together so it couldn't pick anything up like it was supposed to.

But overall, it is a fun game. Do plan on reading the instructions to understand it the first time since it isn't like the old game. Some totally different rules.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Aspinall on January 13, 2011
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I bought this game when 2nd graders rated it as fun. And it is. My 4 1/2 year old grandson was very good at it. The 3 year old wasn't too interested, but I bet that will pass.

With young children, 2 players is fine. But having 3 or 4 is even better. Also, in traditional sorry each player has 5 pieces and in this one each has 3. That's fine, really, but it can make for a short game for 2 players. And young children can benefit from a short game.

I'd recommend this for families with children 3 to 10. You really can "box" someone is and laugh a lot.

Very good value for the money.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amy Shattuck on November 21, 2010
My 7yob just got this yesterday for his birthday. He loves it and easily understands the directions. I find that the gameboard could be a little thicker to make it more durable and to help the walls say in the slots easier. I also think that the u-build scorpion is a little hard to manuever around the walls w/o knocking them down. But overall, this game is great fun! I'm sure I will be buying it as gifts for other kids this year!!
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My grandsons, ages 6 and 9, have this game, and we play it together whenever I am able to visit. We have a blast and laugh a lot. We usually manage to get in 3 games before anybody gets bored. Also, we learned early on that when anybody got a chance to use "the Claw" (which we always say in a spooky, evil voice), we just use our hands.
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By David M Hampson on January 16, 2011
The biggest gripe I have with this game, is that it takes ten minutes to set up, but only 8 minutes to play. (two players.) The initial setup could take a lot longer, depending on the age the players. What makes this game "Sorry", is the ability to send a player's large pawn back to it's starting position. Depending on what point in the game this occurs- it can actually be helpful. Not a Sorry at all. You can also move the blocks around to prevent your opponents pawns from being able to move. However, there is a 5/6 chance of either moving aside any blocking pieces or simply being able to ignore them. I really think they should have tweaked probabilities these a lot more.

Save your money, or stay with classic Sorry. Except for the logo, there is absolutely nothing in common.
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