The classic game of sweet revenge just got a new spin. Players ages six and up must draw cards to race their pawns around the Sorry Spin course and safely back to their Home Zone. While the usual pitfalls make the game interesting, Sorry Spin's newest troublemakers are the rotating playing boards that can bring players closer to their destinations or send them farther away. One thing is certain when playing this fast-paced version of Sorry: just when someone's about to get a pawn home, the game will change direction.
Rotating Boards Add Surprising Turns
This fast-paced version of Sorry features spinning playing boards. View larger.
A fun game the whole family can play!
Just like in the traditional version of the game, Sorry Spin players draw command cards in order to race their pawns around the board towards home. In this version, however, each of the playing boards actually spins, thanks to five gear-shaped disks that link them all together.
If players land on a spin space or draw a spin card, they get to rotate the central board and change everyone's position--for better or for worse. That makes the race for the win uncertain and more exciting, so the 30 minutes Hasbro says to allow for the game will surely pass quickly.
Fun for the Whole Family
Sorry Spin is a fun game the whole family can play. Designed for ages six and over, the game features command cards with simple wording that's ideal for those just learning to read. Also, the game pieces are designed to fit small hands, so moving pieces around the compact board is easy. When it's time to spin, the finger holes used to rotate the boards will easily fit children's fingers, and the boards will turn smoothly.
From Box to Game in Minutes
Sorry Spin comes packaged as five separate disks with interconnecting tabs that lock together to make the playing boards. Assembly is easy when parents help children carefully fit the tabs and disks together--at the same time--to link the boards. All that's left is to stack the cards, choose colors, and decide who goes first.
What's in the Box
Five rotating game discs, five plastic disks, four plastic arms, four rubber feet, 16 pawns (four of each color), 42 cards with storage box, and instructions.
Hasbro Strategy Games - Sorry! Spin - Item: HSB40990