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Sorry! Card Revenge Game
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The goal is everyone is trying to deplete the cards in their hands, and do it four times. Each time a player empties their hand they place one of four pawns on a circular mat in front of them--and draw five new cards. Empty your hand four times and you've won. The fun twist here is when someone empties their hand, everyone else keeps going with the cards they already hold. So one has to keep an eye on who is holding how many cards, because the game is never over until its over. Another twist on the usual Uno game mechanic.
The Big Red Pawn is funny (a real kid pleaser) even if a bit annoying at times. Sometimes the jibber jabber gets in the way of just finding out the penalty. Since someone only presses the neck of the pawn when you can't play on a turn, the game can progress while the red pawn stands idle. Red Pawn will fill the silence with an occasional comment to let you know it is waiting. You'll be annoyed a bit if you go to press the Pawn in normal gameplay while it has started a silence-breaking chatter: you have to wait till the chatter is over till you can press down for your possible penalty. Hasbro should have designed such gameplay presses to immediately override the pawn's chatter.Read more ›
The only thing we don't like about the game is the "tone" of the pawn. He's supposed to be a little annoying but we find him kind of cheezy. His southern twang can get on your nerves after a while. But aside from that this is a great game.
While the cards in this games mimmick Uno cards very closely, the bubble of the original Sorry game is replaced with an electronic pawn as the penalizer. The pawn is a wise-cracking smart aleck that kids love to listen to (and younger ones enjoy pressing even when they are getting penalized). Whether or not the parents like the pawn depends on your tolerance for: smart-aleckyness, being interuppted during game play by cracks like "come oooon!" or "are we, uh, still playin?", and the loudness of the thing, which is pretty high and can't be adjusted.
Overall, as a parent I am mixed on this game. Game play is really great for mixed ages/skill levels. That is rare in a game, and the only reason we've kept this one. Conversely, the pawn is loud, interuppts game play, and makes wise-cracks that I don't find particularly amusing. Get this game only if your tolerance for those things is pretty high. Otherwise, consider Uno Attack, which has very similiar game play without the disadvantages of the pawn.
Starts off a little complicated to understand the rules for the different cards but once you get the hang of it this game ROCKS!!!
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My family LOVES this game!!! It is a little rude, but funny if you are okay with rude humor.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
We love the game and play it often with our grandchildren. They laugh hilariously at the Pawn's comments. Such a nice take off of the original Sorry game. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kansas City Utility Locator
This game is so much fun and the talking pawn will make you LOL with his humorous sarcasm! Great fun for entire family!Published 23 months ago by Southernfire7
Love this game, sad that we had to pay $$$ for a board game but it's hours of fun and the whole family can play.Published 23 months ago by Susan Nohner
Ordered it for my friends and they just love. Our Honda club gets together for card parties and this game was a big hit.Published on June 8, 2014 by Bev Brown