CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
10 Days In Europe Game
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- The game that will have you traveling through Europe
- Great for friends, families and classrooms
- Easy to learn and engaging fun for 2 to 4 players
- Contains a game board map of Europe, forty eight destination tiles representing European countries
- National Parenting Seal of Approval, Parents Choice Gold Award, Major Fun Award, Doctor Toy- Smart Play Smart Toy, Mensa Select Award
- Contains nineteen transportation tiles and four 10-day card holders
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As a teacher, I also love that you learn a lot of geography along the way. Not only do you get a sense of where the countries are on the continent, you also figure out which countries border each other and which bodies of water they border. The country cards include information about the country including the capital city, population and total land size. Although reading that info isn't necessary for the game, you see it over and over as you plan your trip. Lots of learning while you are having fun!
How we changed the rules for a 4 year old: We start with six cards each. Then, we chose to start in one of those places. We play with pawns from another game, and put a pawn in our starting countries. Then, we put the rest of the card in a pile and lay 5 card out in front of the draw pile. We construct our routes day by day, drawing any card we want from the five cards in front of the draw pile, and replacing the card once we choose one. My husband think we play it a lot like Ticket to Ride, but without a destination.
Anyway, I highly recommend this game to anyone with a bright child ages 4 and up, although you'll have to change the rules to make things a bit easier.
It's not like agreeing to play Monopoly with your child. Don't get me wrong! I love Monopoly, but sometimes I don't want to commit and entire evening to a board game.
YA! not so much. There isnt that much to the game. Okay ya you get some geography in, but it's about as much fun as sucking on a log. I think there are more enjoyable game choices for that the Ticket to Ride Series (great maps with cities too) or even Pandemic (a Co-op Game). They arent going to learn much from this game if they arent interested in it. My 6-9-12 year old LOVE playing Ticket to Ride Europe.
I thought it would have a bit more to the game as far as game play. You just pick 10 tile and line them up on Tile Holders one for each of the Ten Days. You can then do ONE of these things. Swap one Day for another. Pick up from the discard pile /discard one. Or discard one and pick up from the New Tile Pile. Then you try to link your days either by one country next to the other IE Germany to Poland, OR you could FLY from Germany to Ireland.
SAVE YOUR SELF some cash and just have your kids.... plan a make believe on Orbits or some travel site. HECK they'd probably learn more!!.
The ONLY reason it got a 3 is that they could have used cards but they used tiles. They gave you a nice wooden tile board that has a very durable paint job. Also the box, game board and component tray are very well constructed. The artwork and map are colored well and the rule book was really well done-SHORT.
It's just sitting on our shelf though. Kids will gladly grab Ticket to Ride loooooong before they will go for this game.
It's Dust Collector Game.... IF you are still looking at the game... PLEASE play it once before you buy it!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
strategic and fun. My child dominates on European geography now after playing this game. We love playing this and all the other "10 Days across ...."Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
This game was EXPENSIVE and I had it in my cart forever, but I'm so glad I made the purchase. This is the best, most fun way I've ever discovered to learn geography. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stephanie Emerson
Our family and friends all seem to enjoy playing all of the "10 Days in........." games. They are an enjoyable and gently challenging way to learn or revive your knowledge... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Em Casey
The 10 days series is so fun and subliminally educational if geography is not your strong suit. Great for kids to learn with. I'd say 10 years and older but great for adults. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stan C.
This game is very similar to the other 10 days games but like all of the others it has a few slight variations. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mparadise3
What a great game. It is a fun way to learn all the countries of Europe as well as having a good time.Published 9 months ago by Timothy
A light, interesting game. Would be good for children to learn counties in EuropePublished 10 months ago by Bev Slater