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Hasbro Transformers Risk Game
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- Now you can battle the Autobots vs. the Decepticons in classic RISK style!
- Play for control of planet Cybertron - the Robot's transforming world
- Transform the game board to defend your army, or to block and destroy encroaching opponents
- Flip and "transform" your game pieces to switch from strength to speed as you decide the outcome
- For 2 to 4 players
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There are only 4 players instead of up to 6.
Each player gets a "leader" piece that can transform and have different special abilities for if it is in vehicle or person form.
There are "moving" locations that provide other special things during the game.
The game takes place over 6 "days" or rounds instead of until the death.
You get to pick your locations at the beginning instead of the randomization of the cards.
There are cards that give you special abilities instead of saving them to trade in for extra armies.
Now, the changes are kind of fun and can be entertaining, but overall, the novelty wears off and leaves wanting to play the original Risk instead. If you are a Risk fan and you can get it for cheap, give it a shot, but if you have never played Risk before, this is just a dumbed down version that is not nearly as fun or exciting, but it can still be somewhat entertaining.
This could be useful for getting some younger kids into the game. They might find it more fun.
To sum up, if it is cheap and you love Risk, go for it, but I would not spend more than 10 bucks max for this.
Very often when there is a series of games, the various sequels fail to offer variety; they are simply a rehash of the previous game employing a different setting. (Carcassone, Monopoly, Trans America/Europe, etc.) While other series present gamers with a different experience with every new edition. (Settlers, Command & Colors, etc.) Fortunately, for fans of Risk, each new game varies significantly from previous releases. Each of the games has a unique feel. Strategies that are rote in one game are completely inefficient in another. Such is the case with Risk Transformers. Consider the following:
Classic Risk - The original game has been surpassed by it's siblings in almost every way but the last edition (2003) presents the best version of Mission Risk to date and a terrific two player scenario.
Castle Risk - Total chaos, no real cohesiveness.
Napoleon - Very serious it is an attempt to introduce historical scenarios into the Risk format.Read more ›
I certainly wouldn't recommend it to anyone who doesn't like strategy or who doesn't want to spend hours playing a game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably the best theme version of Risk for kids.
Some versions of Risk like the Star Wars versions were OK, but not great with a noticeably lack of effort in designing... Read more
Game of our dreams! Product is as described by the vendor.Published 17 months ago by Reginaldo M. S. Santos
Wonderful item for a everyone who loves games should have this in their collection collectable item for those who wish something different.Published on December 15, 2013 by Marion L. Pinney
This is an awesome new addition to the Risk game and I just love playing as the Transformers. The sculpts are very well-done and colors are pretty cool. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by Richard A. Raymond