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- SORRY! SLIDERS is the hot new way to play SORRY! --with a twist!
- Lots of ways to customize tracks and boards!
- Aim, slide, collide and score to win!
- 4 ways to play on 2-sided board!
- Family game night fun for the whole family!
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The Sorry! Sliders game features the primary Sorry! colors of blue, red, yellow, and green. There are 16 rolling pawns, and 16 scoring pawns which are smaller in size and do not contain the rolling balls in the bottom. The game also includes four different versions of gameplay--a fun, new variation from the original Sorry! that only offers one way to play. Sorry! Sliders is also very easy to clean up, since the cards have been eliminated.
Great for Family Game Night and Counting Practice
Sorry! Sliders doesn't require a lot of strategy or skill level, so it can be played with all different age groups while remaining fun and interesting for everyone. Plus, it is a game that you can play for either a short or long period of time.
Sorry! Sliders can also have educational values for younger children working on their counting skills, since players have to count up points and add up final scores. And with easy setup and cleanup to boot, it's hard not to welcome the newest Sorry! game into your home.
What's in the Box
Two two-sided target boards, four tracks, four score boards, eight side rails, three blocker rails, 16 roller pawns, and 16 scoring pawns.
|Same favorite colors and same idea--yet twice the fun!|
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 6:51 Mins|
The game is very well constructed. I use alot of games in teaching and this is impressive! Don't hesitate! You're FAMILY will love this one!
I took points off for durability only because the game would be unplayable if the cardboard tracks became bent.
The other great thing about this game is that it is equally fun for adults. It pretty much puts everyone at the same level, so it's not uncommon to get beat by a 5 year old, even when you try your hardest.
After the kids have gone to bed I like to switch up the board to create a new game where you have to really slide the pieces down a long alley... almost like shuffle board. I haven't tried it yet, but I think there are probably a few great drinking games that can be created using this game.
This is a great game and I am so happy that I purchased it.... And I don't even really like board games all that much. This one is different.
Pick it up, or you'll be Sorry!
This toy quickly took its place in the household as "if we can't play electronics, this is the next thing we'll look for".
It's especially good for mixed-age groups. The preschoolers can play it with the teenagers, or their grandparents. Even when there's a horde of children wanting to play, they work out the rules among themselves and negotiate (no, that's not over the line, yes it is). This is a good social game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another good game that works dexterity and hand eye coordination. My kindergartener really likes this. We have only tried the new 1st way to play but the kids enjoyed it so far. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jan Klevgaard
Fun game for all age groups my 3 & 4 yr old grandsons as well as adults enjoy this game.Published 1 month ago by dblasdel
This game is so much fun and I love that there are 4 different ways to play!Published 2 months ago by Jennifer Kelly
I'm 52 and "Sorry" is still one of my all time favorite games.
My boys are 14 and 8 and they prefer family board games over video games. Read more
family game with some action, one among many games, cannot be played endlessly, needs some coordination.Published 4 months ago by Ima