CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
TriBond - Will Shortz Board Game
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- Recommended 12 and up
- Clues developed and written by Will Shortz, editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle
- Great family fun
- The addictive game that gets your brain into gear by simply asking, "What do these 3 have in common?"
- Do you know what fishing, dotted and fi nish have in common
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Imagination TriBond - Will Shortz Board Game, the addictive game that gets your brain into gear by simply asking, “What do these 3 have in common?” Do you know what fi shing, dotted and fi nish have in common? Challenge each other, steal each other’s tokens, or work together to collect enough tokens to win the game, as you play five different types of TriBond riddles. The first player to collect the target amount of tokens decided at the start of the game is declared the TriBond Champion. Clues developed and written by Will Shortz, editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle. 12 and above.
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Top Customer Reviews
Each team gets a triangle with chips to put in it. Getting correct Tri-bonds earn your more chips. You may also get or lose chips to your opponents. The first team to fill their triangle with chips wins.
Puzzle creator Wil Shortz has "kicked it up a notch" with this new edition of Tri-bond, but it's still a fun team game to play.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Highly recommend. One of the top games we always play on game night, different categories upped this version over the original game of tribond. Fun for all!Published on October 5, 2013 by Joelmajean
This is a fun, family friendly game. We love word puzzles and love involving our friends in these games. The game is engaging and prompts interesting conversation.Published on January 20, 2013 by gobsmacked
My wife and I bought the original game by Patch years ago, one of the early 90's versions and loved it. The questions on the Will Shortz version is way too easy!!! Read morePublished on July 12, 2011 by Jacob C. Norman