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- Educational and Fun
- Ages 7 & Up
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Based on the New York Times best-selling book, the 1,000 Places To See Before You Die board game takes players on a trip around the world. The whole family will enjoy the virtual journey, which explores not only tourist hot spots but great out-of the-way destinations, too. For 2–4 players. Ages 8 years and up. Made in USA.
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1000 Places To See Before You Die Game - Travel Around the World with the entire family. See and learn about interesting and beautiful destinations around the world. Be the first player to complete your around the world trip to win. Based on the New York Times best-selling book of the same title. Bon Voyage!
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First of all, the directions on this game were confusing and had to be read repeatedly before I finally understood how to play.
As my husband and I began to play, we quickly lost interest as there was no challenge in identifying the locations- the cards just state what the picture is. It's simply a roll of the dice game. I think this game would be good for young children as a fun way to expose them to various famous landmarks.
It must take a lot of effort to make a game like this. Wouldnt it make sense to have some people test it for playability before release?