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  • With an updated map and all-new playing pieces, increased rewards for bold moves, and easy to learn rules
  • Test your nerve with the basic training game--a quick and easy way to play
  • Finally prove your courage in World Contest-an updated edition of the classic Risk game
  • Bottom line: 3 ways to play, faster game play, and updated map and playing pieces
  • Includes game board, 7 dice, deck of 42 cards, 5 sets of colored units, 5 capitals, 15 cities, parts sheet and instructions
  • You'll be ready to take on whatever lies ahead
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0017RXZO8
  • Item model number: 45086000
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,065 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Hasbro 4037XXXX Risk (EA)

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Can you accomplish the military objectives before your opponents? With an updated map and all-new playing pieces, increased rewards for bold moves, and easy to learn rules, you'll be ready to take on whatever lies ahead. Test your nerve with the Basic Training game--a quick and easy way to play. Or, see if you have what it takes to dominate in the fast-paced and strategic Command Room game. Finally prove your courage in World Contest-an updated edition of the classic Risk game. The decision is yours. The time is now. Do you have what it takes to win? Bottom line: Three ways to play, faster game play, and updated map and playing pieces. Includes game board, 7 dice, deck of 42 cards, 5 sets of colored units, 5 capitals, 15 cities, parts sheet and instructions. For 3 to 5 players ages 12 and up.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a pretty sweet version of the original game of risk.
K. Cope
The game does go a lot faster (especially using our rule variations described above) and it's a lot more fun.
D. Martin
It just doesn't feel like Risk anymore, and I wish I could find the old version of the game.
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97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By D. Martin on October 30, 2008
I used to hate Risk. A couple of my friends back in high school tried to get me to play a few times and I absolutely hated it. Seriously... playing with little tiny men, cannons, and horses; rolling dice to take over the world? NO thanks! But a funny thing happened. Fast forward 20 years and someone breaks out Risk at a small gathering. Begrudgingly I accept the offer to play, and wonder of wonders, I had a great time! After that night, a small group of Risk fans began to gather once a week to play Risk together. During one of our sessions, we discovered some rule variations in the back of the instruction manual, things like "Commander Roll" and "Capital Conquest" mode. We incorporated these rules and a few others and Risk only got better!

We were all quite excited when we recently saw a commercial on TV for a new version of Risk. It had a fresh new look to it and had new rules for playing that promised to speed up the game. So I bought it. Some of the new rules are the same as the rule variations from original Risk. The new guide book doesn't mention anything about "Commander Roll" but it does have new objectives and a very unique reward system that compliments the objectives. Rewards range from an extra attack dice, extra defense dice, an airfield, a guaranteed country card at the end of your turn, extra strategic maneuver at the end of your turn, and my personal favorite, an extra strategic maneuver at the START of your turn (can you say surprise attack!?).

Visually, the new game board is dramatic. Everything is a little darker but very bold. Gone are the soothing blue oceans and seas. They're now blood red with subtle stripes radiating from the bottom corner. Most of the countries have remained the same but a few names have changed.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By David Shapiro on December 6, 2008
Note: 1. Though I had the opportunity to playtest the prototype version of this game, the following is based on plays of the finished product alone.

2. The prototype version was known as Black Ops. This is the same game with different colors.

Relative to the enormous number of games that have been published, there are a rare few that have enjoyed popularity for fifty years. Risk is one of the rarities. Originally introduced in 1957 (in France) it was published in the United States, by Parker Brothers, in 1959. Since its inception, the game has grown in popularity and is now published around the globe in more than 20 languages. There have been several computer and console renditions as well as a variety of play-by-mail or play by email groups. There are Risk clubs and leagues and even a World Championship held in October of each year.

From 1959 to 1999 the only variation to the classic version of Risk was Castle Risk introduced in 1982. Beginning with Risk Napoleon in 1999 there has been a new variant introduced almost every year. (These include: 2210, Godstorm, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Star Wars the Trilogy Edition, Warriors (the card version), Narnia, Transformers and Express. (This does not include the various versions published either by small/self publishers or the variants published in Italy where Risk has a substantial following.) Each version is different enough from the other publications that no two versions are interchangeable. With the exception of Knizia's Risk Express the only feature that all of the games share is the basic combat system. These are not simply themed games where the play of the game remains the same but a new theme is tacked on; these are unique.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Rosenberg on September 16, 2008
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I got this game because I saw all the hoopla about Black Ops risk on boardgame geeks and though the game does not look as awesome its still a blast to play.

The game takes many of the rules from the original risk and twists them just a bit to make the game go faster. For example this variant adds cities to the game and when you draft troops these cities add to your total number of possible troops.

Also you can hold an infinite number of cards, but each of these cards has a number on them and when you think you have collected enough of the cards your turn em all in for a number of troops based on the total of the numbers.

The game also adds rewards and objectives which can range from near impossible to not so bad.

The game is extremely fun to play and I would recommend it to any gaming enthusiast.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By James Browning on August 5, 2008
I must admit I never played much of the original risk. Most of the time when we tried to play we'd start, and quickly lose interest. I recently played this new version with a group of friends including a self proclaimed "Risk super fan". All of us had a great time with the new rules. In the end we had a close game (I lost 3 objectives to 2) that took about an hour to play including learning all the new rules and setting up the board.

I would say this is a must own for any board game fans out there.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Shaka Zulu on August 5, 2008
The 2008 revision of Risk brings the game into the 21st century. The new objective based victory system is a much needed refresh to the classic game of global domination. The objectives make the game go quicker (I finished my first game with a group of friends in about an hour and a half). But don't worry, you can still play a game of global domination if you wish.
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