CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
LEGO Creationary Game (3844)
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- Includes 1 buildable LEGO Dice, 1 LEGO minifigure and 1 LEGO microfigure
- Also includes 1 rule booklet
- Contains 96 cards
- For 3 to 8 players
- Contains 341 pieces
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What is in the game:
-- a Lego Dice, which has the categories that can be found on the cards (Buildings, Nature, Things, Vehicles) as well as a You Choose and Double (which is like You Choose but you get double points if you guess.
-- a set of 96 cards divided into Easy, Medium and Hard that have pictures on them for different categories that are on the Lego Dice (Buildings, Nature, Things, Vehicles)
-- a building tray to sort the pieces by color
-- an assortment of 338 Lego pieces
How to Play:
The instruction booklet describes several different ways you can play the game, but all basically come down to building what is on the card and having someone else guess what you built. The game itself can be pretty challenging -- even for adults. My 5-year-old was able to play it though, and I think most kids familiar with Legos could play it. The recommended ages are 7 and up.
I think it is creative way to play with Legos, and a game that the entire family could participate in -- even my husband enjoyed playing it! I think it definitely encourages imagination and creativity. I also appreciate that Lego provided an assortment of ways to play ... and I'm sure most families could think up their own rules to adapt their own needs. This is only one of a whole new series of games by Lego but we chose this one because it seemed to the most open-ended and best suited to the age of our son. When he gets older, I'm sure we'll be checking into some of the other Lego games that are just being released.
The game play is frustrating at times. It's essentially Pictionary with legos, but they really didn't put much thought into the rules. Players take turns rolling a die which shows you a topic. You then choose from the easy, medium, or hard deck. We looked at a lot, if not all, of the cards. We could not see what the distinguishing factor was between the easy, medium, or hard cards. The kids chose the easy ones with great frequency but I didn't find them any different than some of the hard cards (or vice-versa).
The pictures on the cards are drawings, and they are rather vague at times. The rules don't offer anything concrete, so you have to decide what you accept as a correct guess. For example, I had a card that had an ocean liner on it. It looked a lot like the Titanic, but I was not sure if the acceptable guess should be "ocean liner" or "Titantic", or even something else. I accepted either, in the end. Many of the cards have this type of vagueness to them. One of the topics is "nature" and those cards are the hardest. I once drew a card that had a picture of a t-bone steak on it.Read more ›
SO much fun though...
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Great game! Creative and challenging. Yes, it can be frustrating at times (I'm not the best Lego builder), but it wouldn't be a game without a challenge! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Casey Szlavi
This game is a gift and I'm sure he's going to love it!!!! I'm so thankful to have found it on Amazon!Published 2 months ago by L.S.
I bought this for my niece and my daughter to play with. They love the game. They especially like to build the figures.Published 4 months ago by Finnigan