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- A magical treasure hunt in the land of fairy tales.
- The king's castle reveals the treasures you must search for throughout the forest.
- Roll the die to determine the distance you move, making your ways to the trees to see what treasures are hidden under them.
- Once you've found the treasure the king has requested, make your way to the castle so that you can announce where it is.
- The first player to correctly announce the location of three treasures wins!
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Explore a magical kingdom with your favorite fairy tales in Ravensburger's Enchanted Forest board game. This game, recommended for children ages six and up, lets you travel through forests and towns to find magical items from common fairy tales scattered across the kingdom.
Explore the Kingdom and Discover Magical Items
Combining memory and strategy, Ravensburger's Enchanted Forest is a challenging game in an engaging medieval setting. Designed for two to six players, each participant ventures across the map in search of items from your favorite fairy tales. These items include the gingerbread man from Hansel and Gretel, one of the dwarves' hats from Snow White, one of Cinderella's glass slippers, and many more.
As you travel across the kingdom, the King will ask for the location of a certain item. Each player must then quickly venture to the castle to be the first to inform the King and win his approval in the form of a card--three cards win the game.
Use Your Memory and Imagination to Outwit Other Players
Enchanted Forest is a turn-based game that develops counting, memory, and imagination as you venture across the kingdom. Younger players will enjoy the colorful, illustrated game board and fairy-tale-based story, while older players can practice their strategic thinking by observing other players' movements and anticipating their actions.
Detailed Illustrations Transport Players to a Medieval Kingdom
Constructed from thick, sturdy cardboard, the Enchanted Forest game board is covered in colorful images of the magical kingdom. Each item card features a fun portrait of a character from common fairy tales.
Engaging Game Offers Simple Rules with Competitive Excitement
Our testers enjoyed the simple rules to Enchanted Forest and found the game to be both fun and challenging. Finding and remembering the locations of the items provided some nice mental stimulation, and observing opponent's moves added a layer of complexity to this straightforward game.
What's in the Box
Game board, 6 player pieces, 13 tree figurines, 13 item medallions, 13 item cards, and instructions.
At a Glance:
- Board game offers a magical treasure hunt through a medieval kingdom
- Search for items from your favorite fairy tales
- Exercise your brain with memory and strategy to win the game
- Durable wood and plastic pieces last for years
- Six years and up
- Two to six players
Top Customer Reviews
For parents of 4-5's who might be interested, we have made the following modifications:
* We play 2 at a time and it's mainly cooperative with some competition thrown in (mostly hooting, hollering, racing) with a much faster tempo (game done in 20 mins).
* Our rules are a blend of Junior Labyrinth, Memory, Sorry, and I Spy (other games that she loves and plays well on her own without help).
* Child wants to win but needs help with strategy at times.
1. We move as instructed with the dice. Doubles get you to a tree or straight to the key (to cut down on some of the hassle of landing on the key, which can drag on and on).
2. When you land on a tree, you show everyone the treasure that you found (like Memory). Both of us work together to pattern the trees into our memory, and we work as a team to get to and identify the different tree-treasures.
3. Then we basically are racing to the key via doubles or dice rolls to try to claim whatever treasure card is showing and helping each other either remember or try to figure out which of the "unseen" treasures it might be.
4. Whoever gets to the key gets to try to remember where the treasure card was (we help each other).
5. If you win the card, you take both the card and the tree for your "treasure area" (again, like Memory or I Spy) and go back to the village to "start again." Of course, if you roll a double on your next turn, you can choose to go to either a tree or right back to the key to claim your next treasure.
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The board is made up of twisting and branching paths that lead from the village, through the forest, and into the castle. Cards are used to determine what the King is looking for. The card has a scene from a popular fairy tale and a picture of the desired object. Players move their pieces through the forest looking for trees. Each of the tree pieces has a treasure hidden under it. Players landing on a tree get to secretly look at the treasure. Once they know where the desired treasure is, they can head to the castle to tell the King. The first player to successfully find three desired treasures wins the game.
Magic can also be used in the game. On certain rolls of the dice, players can teleport to any tree of their choosing, go to the castle gate, or randomly change the desired treasure card. Movement is a little different than in most games. Two dice are used but they are not added. For instance, a roll of a 5 and a 4 can get you nine spaces along but it can also get you five spaces in one direction and four in another. In this way a 4 and a 5 can be used to move one space. Thus subtraction skills become as important as addition skills. While my two kids love the game (ages four and seven) it has elements that make it palatable to the adult as well. Check it out.
Irene, Caldwell, NJ
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product not nearly as previous Ravensburger puzzles. Disappointed.Published 3 days ago by V. Welton
Love Ravensburger games! I used to play this exact one when I was a kid 20-some years back. Easy enough for a 5-year old, and entertaining enough even for older kids up to grandma. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angelika Martin
Enchanted Forest is a game I used to play as a kid, finding it again and sharing it with my children was a real treat. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J.S.
I used to play this game when I was a child and now I play it with my 8 and 10 year old. They love it just as much as I did. Such a fun and exciting game!Published 2 months ago by SUPER DADDY
Great game to play with the whole family! Pieces are not quite as sturdy as they were on the game I grew up playing but still better than most pieces/toys made these days.Published 2 months ago by cstock
We got this game for my two kids this past Christmas. They enjoy playing, but since they are still young (5 and 6. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This game is a great game. I ordered it for my nieces and nephews. The package arrive much anticipated. The box was in great condition. Read morePublished 3 months ago by FeedBack
Played for hours and hours on Christmas. Bought it for the kids and it was the adults that ended up being enthralled with it after the kids, (6 and 8) who enjoyed it with guidance,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Meghan