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- Plastic Game Unit with pop-o-matic dice roller and cover;
- 16 pegs
- 2-4 Players
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
This travel version has some nice features but a serious flaw. The size is nice (about 5 inches square). The cover stays firmly attached but comes off easily when done right. The pieces are pegs that fit into holes and each color has an extra peg (a nice feature in a game with small parts). Yes, this is a travel edition so it does have small parts. If your kids can't handle small parts then you might want to avoid this one.
But the real problem is the popomatic feature in the center of the board. Unlike its larger cousin, this one is very hard to push. Both of my kids need help and they are strong for their ages. My wife and I help them or we provide other dice (which defeats the idea of the popomatic feature.
It is a fun game and the price and size make it desirable but the popomatic feature may cause trouble for many buyers.
:I found it has an EXTREMELY small bobble so when you press it, it rolls the same number three times in a row
:the bobble is supposed to be a little bit larger for players to enjoy the game
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs. (As stated on Product page)
No complaints with this product.
Was raised myself w/ a variation of this game called Aggravation.
Changed rules a bit to speed up play, especially for young people (children).
To choose who has first roll for starting the game, players roll the die, high roll plays first. Choosing rolls of the die may not be taken as moves on the board.
Rolling turns rotate clockwise from first player.
Roll a 1 or a 6 player may take a peg from base to player's start space on board. (at players discretion)
Roll a 1 or a 6, take an extra roll up to 3 times.
Roll a 4, move one peg 4 spaces backwards. (Handy and a strategy if peg is to the left of Home entrance 4 spaces or less. Ie., said peg does NOT need to go all the way around the board to enter the Home section. Pegs in Home section are excluded from this rule.)
Pegs in Home section may not be moved to top space available if die shows more than spaces necessary to reach the top spot available. (Ie., if 2 spaces are available to reach top available spot, rolling a 3 or higher won't get you there.)
Cannot jump or pass your own peg with another of your own.
Land your peg on same space as an opponent's peg, opponent's peg returns to it's base.
If a player rolls a 1 or a 6 which can not be used w/ a peg move, no extra turn. (Altho, I cannot think of a situation where a 1 cannot be used.)
I think that about covers the rules played in our family.
Sons were raised w/ this game, not only fun, but also a good teaching method of sportsmanship.
Has sent this game as gifts to my son's families and families of friends.
AND, I still have the original Trouble Travel Game which I purchased around 25 years ago w/ all the original pieces.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is adorable and so handy for our trouble addicted family! Really fun to play a tiny version too.Published 2 months ago by Mama Neal
traveled internationally and this along with a few other travel games was a big hit with my 5yo twins. Read morePublished 5 months ago by doc
Pieces are too small but I know its a travel game. We had a good time with it!Published 11 months ago by Carrie
Perfect for travel or in the car. All of the pieces and the pop-a-matic bubble work very well. It is also easy to keep everything contained within the case.Published 12 months ago by Annie Alisha Henry
The dice did not pop therefore did not change sides...could not play the game.Published 12 months ago by Dan