Hasbro The Game of Life Game
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- Kids' top career choices included in this game
- For 2 to 4 players
- Ages 8 and up
- Includes gameboard with spinner, cards, Spin to Win tokens, cars, pegs, money pack and game guide
- Adult assembly required
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The Game of Life My Dream Job Promo Pack Game
The Game of Life My Dream Job game includes careers chosen by kids, for kids! Will kids choose to be a video game designer, a firefighter, or a secret agent? Now kids can live out their dream jobs, make their own decisions, and go on fun adventures in this The Game of Life game.
- Kids' top career choices included in this game
- Filled with surprises
- Fun-filled Action cards
- Choose your life's path
- Fun game for the whole family
Kids Have Spoken
Experiencing life's key moments and making independent choices is even more fun with careers picked by kids, for kids. What choices will you make? Will you choose the longer college path toward a high-paying job or choose a trade right away to get paid sooner? Will you express your creativity as an inventor or dancer, or become a veterinarian to help animals? Whatever you choose, you never know what ups and downs you'll encounter along the way.
The Game of Life and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.
Spin to Win is a trademark of The Trustee of the Reuben B. Klamer L.T.
Choose Your Path
If you land on an "Action" space, pick an Action card and get ready for some unexpected excitement. You might get to brag about a book you just wrote and collect 40,000 dollars from the bank. On the other hand, you could be sailing around the world and have to pay the bank a whopping 50,000 dollars. Landing on a 'House' space will have you deciding whether to buy, sell, or do nothing. Maybe you'll be lucky enough to land on a 'Payday' space and collect a salary. You might think you're making the right decisions, but spend your money wisely on your life's path or it could become your road to ruin.
Live the Life You Want
Do you have what it takes to win The Game of Life My Dream Job game? It's the family game that's easy to set up, quick to play, and exciting along the way. Live the life you want by choosing your path for a life of action, adventure, and unexpected surprises. Will you receive a fortune and lose it as quickly as you got it? Will you need a bank loan to pay a debt? Once everyone reaches the end of the game at retirement, everyone pays their debts and adds up their wealth. The player with the most money wins the game.
Product Description: Do you have what it takes to win The Game of Life game? You do it by choosing the life you want! Go to college, take the family path, have kids, or see what happens when unexpected twists change the game. Will you receive a fortune and lose it as quickly as you got it? Will you need a bank loan to pay a debt? Once everyone reaches the end of the game at retirement, everyone pays their debts and adds up their wealth. The player with the most money wins the game, so make sure it’s you! It’s all your choice when you play The Game of Life!
The Game of Life and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
Practice makes perfect in the game of Life. Try marriage, kids, and more. Will you go to college and take out student loans? Or join the working force and collect on payday? Will you go bankrupt, or earn millions in stock and real estate? Anything's possible with a spin of the Life wheel! A classic family game that can be a reality check--or just a fun time. --Margaret QuinnSee all Product description
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What is this teaching children? In my opinion, the game should have gone in the opposite direction. There used to be spaces immediately after paydays where you had to pay taxes; they shouldn't have been removed. You should also have the option of putting a percentage of your paycheck towards your retirement when you get paid and invest it to have a higher amount of money when you retire at the end of the game.
Everyone knows that Life isn't fair, however, this game teaches kids that Life is fair and that's not a good thing.
This is the first time I have ever played the game of LIFE before. I enjoyed it. The idea of the game is great but could use some elaboration. The size of the game pieces and spaces on the board were ridiculously small and hard to use. Tween girls love the idea of growing up and having babies. This game involves babies. I see many games of life in my future. However, It will likely just be my nine-year-old and I.
What I loved:
I love that finishing this game in an hour is achievable. My daughter was also thrilled about this.
The length of the game gives it a lead over monopoly any day.
It is also more realistic than monopoly.
The game was fun, interactive, and fairly quick.
The game environment requires little thought process, allowing even a very tired parent to participate.
It fulfilled my daughter's desire for family time with my husband and I.
The pieces were cute and thoughtful.
The not so good:
We will not be able to play this game with either of our little kids awake.
Playing this game safely around little kids that still put things in their mouth is no a good idea!
The pieces were very hard to hold on to. We dropped our pieces multiple times. The pieces were teeny tiny and hard to find.
Once on the floor, the pieces were very hard to find, leaving one 1 piece missing after the first game.
My husband was not interested in the game at all. He said this would not be a favorite game.
The education aspect was not the level that I expected. Throughout the game, there were not very many educational aspects for a nine-year-old. She had to count the amount of spaces she spun and she had to read the instructions for each space that she landed on with special interest.
The money is made in thousands and millions. Counting this at the end is advanced for the age listed.