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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Basic strategy-learning game for young children lets imaginations soar!
Colorful space-themed game with shifting galaxy playing board.
Offers Opportunity to Practice Basic Learning Skills
A strategy game for young children, Race Through Space gives a little extra support to the youngest player in the game, who always gets to go first and lead the way. Since movement - from launch pad to moon landing - is played with a die that leads players in two directions, players practice basic counting and direction skills, develop gameplay strategies as they face options for their actions, and polish their patience and turn-taking skills. It also produces just one winner per game, so kids will gain an understanding of fair play, the glory of winning and the disappointment of defeat.
Colorful Design and Intriguing Play
This shifting board game provides an eye-catching and colorful design that showcases the wonder of space exploration for young gamers. Race Through Space gives children strategic options to choose from while teaching them to focus, helping them understand about cause and effect as well as the excitement of the unknown.
What's In The Box?
10 galaxy cards, 12 rockets, 1 die, 1 moon card, and 1 set of instructions.
Be the first to fly your rocket to the Moon. But watch out! Asteroid fields and black holes may hurtle you backwards through space!
Overall, it is a clean and enjoyable game for the kids!
The problem I had with it is that there is a black hole space on the board where if you land on it the pieces at the bottom of the board are lost to the black hole.
The game has a few rules to learn but once you get the hang of it, it was quite fun.
simple but entertaining enough. Good practice at patience in following rules, counting, and strategy. The rotating universe board does keep it entertaining.Published 2 months ago by DKW
I thought this was a pretty clever game. Players roll dice to proceed towards their goal, the moon. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dustin Farahnak
The Race Through Space Game was in high demand when my son first received. He immediately was drawn to the game and was excited to get started. Read morePublished 18 months ago by FirePepper Red
Race Through Space is a rather simple board game that is just right for younger (ages 6 and older) players. The board comes in tiles, which are arranged in a specific order. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alice in Wonderland
This game has way too many parts to it! Even the main boards are split so you have more than one board to try to keep together. Read morePublished 22 months ago by S. Sigley
The rules say to build the board game in a specific manner, but after playing a few hours the default way, my five year old son had already redefined what the tiles meant and had... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Steffan Piper
This is a great little game. It is simple enough to be played by children 6 and up, only lasts 5 minutes or so, and yet can be enjoyed by adults as well. Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by E. Barron
Race Through Space game looked like a fun game. I went throughout the directions and knew the basic way to play and the object of the game. Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by Marla