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You know, I had lots of games with game pieces when I was a child in the 70s. My closest sibling was four years older, so we weren't interested in the same games at the same time when we were young. My kids are DELIGHTED to get a game. Currently, they are 8, 6, and 3 years old, and we still have issues with losing pieces before we've played the game more than a time or two. And, nowadays the games all have thin, flimsy pieces which are easily bent, torn, and mixed up with all of the other game pieces out in the game room. I guess this would have been a great game, if it were the only one we had and the pieces didn't get scattered and lost right away.
Game manufacturers: PLEASE make the pieces more sturdy, and provide packaging to hold them once the game has been opened.
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Initial post: Aug 12, 2009 8:50:05 AM PDT
I don't feel that this comment should reflect negatively on what is a great, fun, and educational game. This reflects on the parent and child's difficulty in taking care of the game. The pieces are plenty sturdy. I have seven children and this game lasted us for quite awhile!
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