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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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.
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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My nieces asked for this game but we all found it rather difficult to use. The pieces are difficult to change position. Read morePublished 6 months ago by GingerH
The shoe was not a true 7.5. It was way too wide and too large. I am very disappointed in it, and shipped it back to the company.Published 17 months ago by Barbara Gullette
Great Sorry game for my grandkids. They love regular Sorry & we thought this would be a new twist & great, too.Published 23 months ago by Byrdcrest
purchased for seven year old grandson ,he was thrilled that I found it. good combo of construction ang thinking.excellent ValuePublished on January 1, 2013 by lorraine Martin lorraine
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. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Diane M.