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10 Days in Africa Game
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- The game that will have you traveling through Africa
- Great for friends, families and classrooms
- Easy to learn and engaging fun for 2 to 4 players
- Contains a game board map of Africa, 45 destination tiles representing African countries, 15 transportation tiles and 4 10-day card holders
- National Parenting Seal of Approval, Parents Choice Gold Award, Major Fun Award, Doctor Toy- Smart Play Smart Toy, Mensa Select Award
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Embark on a fun-filled journey through Africa in this fast-paced 10 Days in Africa game. You’ll chart your course from start to finish using destination and transportation tiles and tour by plane, car and on foot. With careful planning and some luck you’ll outsmart your fellow travelers, make your connections first and win the game. For 2 to 4 players.
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Get Packing and you have 10 DAYS IN AFRICA – touring by plane, car, and on foot. 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 first traveler to make connections for a ten day journey wins the game.
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Gameplay wise, it involves geography and spatial reasoning. You have to arrange your trip through the continent of Africa by exchanging cards one at a time to end up with continuous countries or appropriate transportation. The game plays well with 2-4 players, and unlike many games is just as fun with 2 players as a group.
Over time you do get more familiar with the countries. My folks have every edition of this game and we often play it with them. It is a little too difficult for younger children, but pre-teen or older this is an ideal game to develop spatial reasoning, learn geography and have a great time.
My three homeschooled teens enjoy the "10 Days In..." games as a way to get away from books and travel videos but still learn stuff. It reenforces locations.
It may seem difficult at first attempt, but don't give up!
Ten Days in Africa is educational but above all it is fun. Strategy is the key to winning the game and maybe a little luck too. Every game is different. The only drawback is only four can play at a time, but there aren't a huge number of countries in Afica to support more than four players anyway.
We enjoy this game so much that we are buying the 10 days in Asia and my daughter who is studying Modern Europe wants the 10 days in Europe game.
The game is colorful, durable and easy to set up and break down. I like that we can play a quick game in between other assignments and it doesn't take a lot of time away from instruction. Because of the success we've had with this product, I am interested in purchasing the other "10 Days" games.
The game is practically unplayable because it does not contain the stipulated cards.
1. There were 7 cars instead of 5
2. There were no airplanes as stipulated in the pack
3. Over 20 of the countries were duplicated and about 5 countries had 3 pieces.
I need a refund immediately.