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Pokemon Sorry!


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  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00004TAV0
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,020 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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This game has gotten lots of play time in my house.
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I've only been able to find them for 200-300 but finally I found one for 20 on here!
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The box is a worn but I don't care - boxes are for fascists.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Jane James on October 27, 2000
This game has gotten lots of play time in my house. It's more fun than the regular "Sorry" game, at least for Pokemon fans.
Each player chooses which "gym" will be his or her home - for instance, Blaine's gym, or Misty's gym. Then the pieces all belong to one type - Misty's pieces, for instance, are all Water Pokemon.
The safe spaces are Pokeballs, and the cards have special moves for the different colors of pieces.
It's a lot of fun for all our kids ages 4 and up, and even I like to play this one with the kids.
The educational value is that they read the cards, and lots of counting is needed to play the game. Plus, there is some strategy involved.
This game is sold at a good price for the amount of fun involved. I recommend this one!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 9, 2000
If you like the orginal Sorry!, you'll love the Pokemon version. The Pokemon format allows for the introduction of more variety on the moves. In addition to the standard numbered moves, Pokemon Group specific moves are now also included. (If you are the Water Group, then move 'X' number of times, then draw again. Or if you are of the Fire Group, then move double the number of times specified by the card.) This adds more unexpected twists to the outcome of the game. The educational value of the game comes from learning to get along and developing people skills. Any Sorry! fan can tell you that sometimes the game gets competative & intense. With either version, players learn to keep the game in perspective, ("remember it is just a game,") and that winning isn't as important as having fun. Disappointment: The player markers in the Pokemon version are cardboard on plastic stands. While the cardboard is high grade, heavy stock, it will never be as durable as the plain plastic markers of the original version. With as much use as I foresee this game getting, I don't expect the markers to last the life of the game. I believe the manufacturer should have made the markers as nice as the rest of the game. They are cheap, and especially when compared to the high quality of the rest of the game. I also did not like the quad-fold board.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 1, 2000
The playing pieces should be plastic like the actual game sorry Maby the can be shaped like pokemon figures too This game already costs more than the original so it should be as durable as the original Made to last instead of made to fall apart after a few plays.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 4, 2003
This game moves along quicker than the old version since many of the cards you choose are color coded to match the player, so if you are the color your card says, you could move up to 24 spaces and if you aren't that color card than you move 12 spaces. You can also land on a card that says take three more cards and choose the best one and move. This is more fun. The bad part is that the pieces you use are no longer the sturdy color pawns, they are like chutes and ladders in the sense that you have to use cardboard pieces (pokemon on them) to attach to plastic pieces to make them stand up. The board and cards are more colorful and exciting than regular sorry. I got this $4.97 in Toys R Us and bought the last one, but I may go back to another location looking for more at this price, makes a good gift. Also, it says age 8 and up even though Sorry is usually 6 and up, I think because it's slightly more complicated and you need at least one player who can read all the instruction and grasp the idea. My four year old is the receiver of this, but his siblings are older and I often play with him anyway.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jane Susan Andraka on November 12, 2003
combine an old favorite with the new pokemon characters and get a game that our whole family loves. we have played it at least once a month for years and it is always fun. mom, dad and boys now 6 and 8 get this game down when the electricity goes out or on a camping trip or just to be together. this is our favorite game because anyone can win even if they are behind for a while.
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I had never played the original Sorry when we first got this, but our family loves this one. Once you've played this and then play the old Sorry, you'll see the differences. There are lots more opportunities for anyone to win (or lose) down to the end of the game with this one, so it's less predictable. More expensive than the original but lots of fun for years of playing. We got it when our son was young and into Pokemon, but it is still a game to enjoy for a long time even if the theme may seem outdated.
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By Deana Elliott on January 9, 2014
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Was in really good condition minus the box being a bit weathered. Had all pieces with the game. Have enjoyed playing this with my son and hos wife. Takes us back to when he was a kid.
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