Cardinal Thomas and Friends Pop Up Game
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- Based on the popular Thomas the Tank Engine franchise, the object of this game is to be the first player to get all his pieces back home.
- The rules of the game are simple and easy to learn. Just pop the dice bubble and move the markers along the board.
- The sealed dice bubble keeps young players from separating the dice from the game.
- Suitable for two to four players.
- Recommended for ages 4 years and up.
- Cardinal is committed to making family-friendly, challenging, and innovative games and puzzles, and has been providing a wide range of games to our customers for over 60 years.
- In today's electronic world of computer games and social media, basic game play and puzzle construction are vital to kids of all ages.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you remember the old game "Trouble" it works just like that. You press down on the dome and the dice tell you how many spaces you can move. Note that it may be a tad difficult to press given the strength of your little one. This is probably why it's for 4 years and up. My grandson does sometimes have trouble pressing the dome. The fact that the dice cannot be handled is also a nice feature because you don't have to worry about them being thrown too far. Anyone with a toddler will understand this :) The colors of the board are very vibrant and it displays all his favorite trains. It is a great teaching tool as you have to count numbers when moving your game piece. I believe this game is also good for teaching patience due to them having to wait until it's their turn. This has proven to be a bit of a challenge for him due to his ADHD. His attention span is extremely shorter than most 3 year olds. So I would definitely say this may not be feasible for a child who has trouble focusing. Now I say that only from my own experience with my grandson. Who knows, it may actually be a great tool for another child who has trouble focusing. Every child is different so it may be good for some and not so good for others.Read more ›
There are three things that I would change that would make this from okay to great.
1. the popper in the middle isn't great. You have to push pretty hard, which is hard for younger players. It can also cause the pieces to go everywhere.
2. (related to # 1). The piece do not stay put very well. It would be better if the holes for them were a hair smaller.
3. There is no where to store the 16 game pieces. The box is open on the top to showcase the game board, but there is nowhere to store the pieces when you aren't playing. We used a ziploc baggie, so I am hoping that will keep us from losing them.
Overall, yes, I would still buy this, but I would have rather spent a little more and have the game fix the above issues.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Thomas version of Trouble. Its a cool game for the Thomas lover. I thought the buttons were a little hard to press. My 4 year old nephew was getting pretty frustrated. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The popper doesn't pop well. You have to put a lot of pressure down. I have an older non Thomas version that is easier to push.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A game the grandkids love to play. Helps them at a young age to learn as we play.Published 2 months ago by Harvey Adkins
My son loves this! He is 3. Perfect for a kid who loves Thomas and can count or is learning to count.Published 4 months ago by ALS
Gave as gift to boy who loves Thomas and loves game Trouble. What's not to love?Published 4 months ago by Helena Carey
This is the 2nd game I've purchased since my son loves it so much.Published 5 months ago by mserinz