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  • For 2 to 4 players
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Saying "sorry" never felt so sweet as when you say it playing Parker Brothers' Sorry! game. As you chase your opponents around the board, trying to get your 4 pieces from start to home first, you never know what will happen next. Will you draw a card that tells you to move ahead 2 spaces or back 6? Will you land on a slide or will an opponent land on you, sending you back to the start with a patronizing "sorry"? For 2 to 4 players, ages 6 to adult. Made in USA.

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This classic game of luck, strategy, and determination is easy to grasp for children as young as 6 years old, yet it's fun for adults and older siblings too. By drawing cards, players move their game pieces around the board, hoping to eventually accumulate all their pieces at the final destination--home sweet home. Sorry is known as the game of "sweet revenge," since players can send each other's pawns back to the starting line, thus forcing one another to lose ground and begin all over again. This kind of frustration may be hard for children under age 8 to handle. In fact, young ones typically crumble into tears of outrage when their pawns are cavalierly sent back. The only recourse is to teach children how to plot their own revenge, which makes them feel as powerful as superheroes.

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Product Dimensions 1.6 x 15.8 x 10.2 inches
Item Weight 1.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B00000IWD0
Item model number 390095
Manufacturer recommended age 6 - 11 years
Best Sellers Rank #872 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#61 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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This game is a variation of Parcheesi. Rather than rolling dice to move around the board, you draw cards with numbers on them. However, some of the cards also have alternate instructions...such as being able to switch places with an opponent, split the count between two pieces, or move backwards to sneak into your home without having to go all the way around the board. Even very young children quickly learn to take full advantage of these options. I especially like this game because it's one of the few young children's games in which an adult can play seriously without "accidentally" making mistakes and STILL be beat by the 5-year-old! Action-wise, it's a little bit slow, but, hey...it sure beats Candyland!CAUTION: This may be the first time your children encounter sabotage as a game strategy, and tempers may flare. One of the most educational aspects of this game is that it gives you plenty of chances to talk about good sportsmanship and not taking a game too seriously. :o)
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For those of you complaining that this game is too simplistic for adults, try playing the adult version! This is the true game and not at all like the simple kids version. The game is described on the Sorry! rules sheet. Instead of the cards being drawn one at a time as in the kid's version, each player is dealt a five card hand. This opens a whole new level of strategy as the game then becomes dependent not so much on the luck of the draw, but how the cards are played! With these rules the game can be played for a lifetime and never grow stale.
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My brother and I used to play this game for hours on end. Yes, we would send each other back to the beginning of the game while laughing our little heads off in amusement. If you play the game enough, everyone gets a chance to win. So, most times we would play this until each person had a chance to win. A great colorful game with easy to move pawns. Great family fun, but easy enough for kids to take out the game on a rainy day and entertain themselves.

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Like its cousin, Trouble, the game Sorry is quite simple in design. The reality, however, is that it is both an entertaining and surprisingly educational board game. It now comes packaged in a convenient library case (Note - this is a different item, also available on Amazon). The library case makes storage easier, and it also makes it simpler for kids to get games out of the shelf without a parent helping. (why did it take so long for someone to think of this?)

The simple rules: up to 4 players each begin with 4 tokens in the "start" area. Players take turns drawing from a deck of cards and moving pieces as indicated, trying to be the first to get all pieces to the "home" space. The cards offer some nice twists beyond simply moving forward:

1 = move 1 space forward or move a piece out of start

2 = move 2 spaces forward or move a piece out of start, draw again

4 = move backward 4 spaces (occasionally an advantage)

5, 8, 12 = move forward that number of spaces

7 = move 1 or 2 pieces a total of 7 spaces forward

10 = move forward 10 or backward 1

11 = move forward 11 or switch one of your pieces with an opponents piece

"Sorry" = take a piece from your start and replace a piece of your opponent's, send them back to start. Be sure to say "Sorry!" in a way that makes it clear that you really aren't.

And that's pretty much it. The game is simple enough that most kids who can count and recognize numbers can grasp the basics. With a little parental coaching, younger siblings can play on near-equal footing with their older brothers and sisters (Note - the older sibs do NOT think this is fair). However, the fun (and the teaching) comes with all of the choices.
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Even my 4-year-old can play this game with ease (albeit with someone older reading the cards until he got familiar with the rules). The skills required to play the game are skills that transfer easily to everyday life...decision-making, strategizing, taking setbacks in stride...plus it's tons of fun! I highly recommend this game to both kids and adults.
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A Kid's Review on September 21, 2004
One of my family's favorite board games. Up to four players, each with their own game pieces that they're trying to get out of START, and into HOME. Although seemingly simple, requires good strategy, as well as lucky draw of cards. I would recommend this game to anyone, except competitive people, because you'll find your pieces being sent back to START by other players quite often, and we don't want any fighting.

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I ordered from this seller and paid a premium price for the game (roughly 10 dollars more) in order to get the classic version of Sorry, which was pictured. However, I received the newer version which I could have easily gotten much cheaper. I do not have time to return this as it is being given as a gift. I will not buy anything else from this seller and Amazon has also lost a good bit of my trust.
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I bought this game for my "almost 5 year old" to grow into. To my surprise, she has caught on to all the nuances of this game and thoroughly enjoys sending my game pieces back to start. The game teaches losing gracefully (when your pieces are sent back), and also teaches the art of revenge! This game is definitely a favorite on family game night.
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