Mille Bornes Card Game
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- Ages: 7+
- Number of Players: 2-6
- Playing Time: 10 minutes
- The return of the classic card game. Easy to learn and fun for the whole family!
- Rules variants created to make it more simplify or increase difficulty in playing levels.
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Rev the engine eagerly, waiting for the green light to send you hurtling across the countryside. Keep the tank full, find your way around the speed limit and avoid the accidents that will slow you down. Keep the pressure on full and be the first to make it 1,000 miles! Mille Bornes is the classic card game of cross - country racing. Keep a green light handy in case you get stopped and play a tire puncture on your opponent to keep him from getting ahead. Protect yourself with safety cards and save one for the classic Coup Fourre. Play your cards right and you'll be the first to cross the finish line and be the master of the Mille Bornes!.
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Object of the game- you are a "car" and you must get to 1000 miles first, but watch out, others can give you flats or STOP you in a myriad of ways.
This version is all in english, but my original was in french. Comes with its own tin, but the plastic container you use to play the cards from is a bit on the flimsy side, as compared to original. Really a good game for the kids or adults. Surprised at how much i have liked it for decades. Teaching my child now....jury is still out as she has not learned the whole game.