Postcards from America Game
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- Players learn geography by traveling to cities and other locations based on actual postcards.
- Inventor Bill Rolette used 64 postcards from his continental travels to create this game
- Ages 6 and up
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Postcards from America is a unique game where the players learn geography by traveling to cities and other locations based on actual postcards. Inventor Bill Rolette used 64 postcards from his continental travels to create this game, which is fun for both kids and adults. Made in Germany for Ages 6 and up.
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Bill Rolette invented this game and used post cards from his own travels! The goal of the game is to complete 10 postcards. You complete a post card by traveling there either across the board or flying to that destination. It is a great game to either learn or refresh your memorial of America geography and to see the famous America Sites.
My son invented another way to play (for if you want to play a shorter game). Instead of each player having 5 cards to start with everyone instead is going after the same location and whoever gets there first wins that card. You can decide before you begin playing how many cards someone needs get in order to win.