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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You have 10 DAYS IN EUROPE amp;mdash; Chart your course from start to finish using destination and transportation tiles. With a little luck and clever planning, you just might outwit your fellow travelers. The game contains a Game Board Map of Europe, Destination Tiles representing the countries, and Transportation Tiles for making connections by plane or boat.
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Get Packing and you have 10 DAYS IN EUROPE – Chart your course from start to finish using destination and transportation tiles. With a little luck and clever planning, you just might outwit your fellow travelers. The game contains a game board map of Europe, Destination Tiles representing the countries, and Transportation Tiles for making connections by plane or boat.
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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.
One thing... the instructions give directions to their website for a variation on the rules for younger players, which we think would be helpful, but the url is wrong, or the document doesn't exist. Bummer!