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- Fast Paced action game
- symbol Recognition
- Brain - eye association
- Score with a match and score when there is NADA! Best call it fast to collect your dice.
- A game of chance and visual skill that everyone can learn to play in seconds.
- Includes and travel pouch and 3 game variations to play.
- For 2 to 4 players, ages 7 and up.
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Top Customer Reviews
The game is played in 3 rounds. Each round consisting of rolling 6 orange and 6 white dice all at once. Players try to be the first one to find a match between the 2 different colored dice. All the dice of the match that was found are taken by the player that found it first. The dice are re-rolled, now with fewer, and play continues in the same fashion till there are no matches and the first person to call "NADA" keeps the remaining dice. 3 rounds are played this way and the person with the most dice in their pile at the end of the 3rd round is the winner!
My 5 and 7 year old love to play this game with us and often beat us. It is fun to play a game that can be on a level playing field in terms of skill and strategy with my kids. We put this game in the same category as Spot It but one step up from Candy Land and Sorry of which you can only play so many times. NADA is fun to pull out whenever we have a few minutes.
It comes with a bag so cleanup is easy and once you read the rules once you don't need them again. The 36 dice are actually engraved so I'm not worred about the white symbols rubbing off. Good quality dice.
That said, we had a good time and the 6 year-old who played with us had a particularly good time. I would imagine 4 young children would enjoy this game enough to generate a good deal of noise yelling things like "rabbit!! Cactus!!" and so on.
I'd recommend investing in this game if you have a trip ahead of you and some children who will be accompanying you.
NADA is a fantastic little dice game. The object of the game is to roll dice and then at a quick glance be able to identify a match (a picture on an orange die matching the same picture on the white die). The first player to shout out a correct match gets to claim all of the dice with that symbol. If there are no matches, be the first player to shout NADA! and you get ALL of the currently rolled dice. The game is so simple, but if you like games such as SET, Tenzi, or if you are just looking for a nice little family dice game, I think you will really enjoy NADA! The game comes with a few different ways to play that are fun, or you can make up your own as well. The quality of dice is great, and the game is very portable as it comes with a nice mesh travel bag. The game consists of 36 dice with 12 different symbols. This is such a great little game and that is How Lou Sees It!
(I was provided a free review copy of this game from Blue Orange Games.)
Mostly geared for ages 7 to adult, you can play with 2 to 4 players for about 10 minutes each times. The game will allow the players to develop skills of focusing, fine motor, visual perception as well as speech/language.
Quick thinking and rapidity are the words that comes to mind when I think of this game. Why? Well it takes both in order to win. You need to be very observant and be able to shout rapidly before your opponents spots the same thing as you.
To play you need to take twelve dice from the bags – six oranges and six whites. Once you have selected the dice, roll them and let them go on the table. At the same time, all players have to search for a symbol appearing on at least one orange and one white die. If you spot a match, you have to be the first to call it in order to collect the points. The points are simple – one point for each dice sporting the image you called… If there is no matches, you need to be the first to shout NADA! and put your hand flat above the dice to collect all the remaining dice. When the dice have all been collected, you can start a new round. After three rounds, the player with the most dice wins!
But wait! that’s not all… There are penalties in this game. If you make a wrong call, roll the dice again and sit out until the start of the next round. If there is a tie and can’t decide who made the first call, you have to roll again. The instruction sheet also suggest two variations of the game as well as a multiple games option.
As a homeschooler, I can see this game being used to provide a break in between two lessons or to simply had some fun time during our homeschool.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandson and I enjoyed playing a number of games. I love that it is a short time span because it keeps the younger ones attention and they keep on playing and playing.Published 1 month ago by cindy
I bought this game for my grandson for his eighth birthday and I understand that both he and his parents are enjoying the game. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rozlyn McLean
Finally an entertaining game that a kindergartner can play with the rest of the family.Published 6 months ago by Cajun~at~Heart
Fun quick game to play with all ages! As a busy mom, I like these quick games!Published 7 months ago by sandy