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1313 Dead End Drive - Board Game
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- Can you survive the traps and inherit millions from your deceased rich aunt?
- Plus you'll need to watch out for other relatives and staff who may not want you to succeed
- Escaping with your share is not easy
- Boardgame for 2-4 players
- Ages 8 and up
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1313 Dead End Drive by Hasbro is the game of "relative" danger. Dear Aunt Agatha has passed on--but she left her money to you! Can you survive the traps and inherit millions from your rich aunt? All you need to do is go to 1313 Dead End Drive and escape with your share. Beware, getting out isn't easy. Her home is filled with traps like the revolving fireplace, the loose boar's head and oh, by all means, please be careful on the stairs. Plus you'll need to watch out for other relatives and staff who may not want you to succeed. Some assembly required. For 2-4 players. Ages 8 and up. Made in USA.
Aunt Agatha has died and left you and 15 of her other relatives a fortune. Unfortunately, you have to go to her mansion to try to collect the money without getting "bumped off" by your greedy kin. Players move around the board (the mansion) trying to avoid pitfalls and trying to trap their opponents as they escape the house with the inheritance. A certain amount of bluffing and strategy makes this creepy game fun for older players, making for a perfect family game. 1313 Dead End Drive, for two to four players, comes with a game board, 5 traps, 16 pawn stands, 4 clips, 48 cards, 2 parts sheets, a pair of dice, and a decorative label sheet. Playing time is approximately one hour. Some assembly is required. --M. Sullivan
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Overall, I feel they have improved the game in this newer version by reducing the set-up and changing the rules a bit. With more characters you can accommodate more players (it says 2-4, but I've made it work with 5, and I'm sure 6 could work).
Whoever decided the hierarchy of the heirs on the will (in relation to Aunt Agatha) must have been drunk because it makes no sense, but it doesn't affect game play of course. I also don't care for the Picasso-esque redesign compared to the original (it makes it hard to differentiate the characters at a glance, and they went from being more ethnically diverse to basically all white).
I've played it twice with a group of adult friends and they all loved it, so consider this even if you don't have children!