CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Ideal Tripoley for Kids- Snap, Fish and War Card Game
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- Classic card games Snap, Fish and War combined in a totally new way
- Fast paced, bright and easy to play board game
- Classic games are played in (3) different parts to make up a single round
- Designed for 2-6-players and includes a Tripoley game board, (56) playing cards, (120) scoring chips and instructions
- Recommended for children 5-years of age and older
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Well, I don't think that playing a game of Snap, followed by a game of Fish, followed by a game of War is a "surprising new way". And I also don't think that dealing out an entire deck of cards 3 times is "fast paced". I was expecting those three card games to be meshed together, with a perhaps a little strategy thrown in, but nope.
Included in the deck are 4 "stop" cards, and if you get one in the course of play, then you move on to the next card game. So if you're playing Snap, and someone turns over a "stop", then you deal all the cards out AGAIN to play "Go Fish". Well, it doesn't take a math wizard to figure out that in a single deck of cards, with 4 "stop" cards, the odds are that one of them is going to show up pretty quickly. We tried to remedy this by taking all but one of the "stop" cards out. But still, it seems like you spend most of the game time dealing out cards.
Because of the "stop" problems, you really don't end up using the gameboard and chips all that much, and it doesn't even fit that well into the game. And it's a shame, because the board and all the little playchips are really cute. I keep meaning to come up with a better game to use all the parts, so it wouldn't be a total waste of money.
I hate this game so much. It's frustrating, not fun, slow, and horribly thought-out. It's like the game designers never even played it before they started selling it.
I am sad to say that this "game" is a complete waste of money and time. You would do better to grab yourself a deck of cards and just play fish and war. This game is little more than that and what they used to embellish the game and make it more interesting is in my opinion just stupid.
I'm sorry I wasted my money.