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Candy Land Game
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- Classic Candy Land game features delicious-sounding destinations and sweet adventures
- 4 sweet characters: Mally Mallo, Twirly Girl, Cutie Cone and Giggly Gumdrop
- Includes gameboard, label sheet, 4 character movers, cards and instructions
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
From the manufacturer
- Ages 3 and up.
- For 2 to 4 Players.
- Adult assembly required.
Candy Land Game
Start down the colorful road to sweet surprises in this classic Candy Land game that features the fun illustrations and gingerbread man movers that kids love. Players draw colorful cards to guide their mover along the rainbow path to luscious locations such as Peppermint Forest, Lollipop Palace, and Licorice Lagoon! It's such sweet fun as players race to be the first one to reach King Kandy's Castle to win! For 2-4 players.
Includes gameboard, 4 movers, 44 cards, and instructions.
Classic board game of adventure and sweet surprises.
Features gingerbread men as movers.
Includes 44 colorful cards.
Start down the "magical" road to "sweet" surprises! This adorable version of the classic Candy Land game features the fun illustrations that kids love. Do you want to be Mally Mallo or Giggly Gumdrop? Choose your sweet character and then dance your way along the rainbow path to Peppermint Forest, the Lagoon of Lord Licorice and Princess Frostine's Ice Palace! Let your imagination soar as you make your way to King Kandy's Castle to win! Candy Land and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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Top customer reviews
It's a good game to help children understand simple game directions.
Waiting your turn.
Moving your game piece.
Associating your move to a color.
All these things we take for granted, but apparently they don't always teach these things in school.
Apparently in pre-school board games are a free-for-all and there isn't much direction.
While she can use an iPad better than my 25 yr old daughter, I still feel that there's a place for a GOOD board game.
And besides, I'm getting her ready to play RISK in a few years, lol.
The game is redesigned. Sure, that happens. The version I played wasn't the original either. The gingerbread kid game pieces look super weird though, and why oh why did they take out two characters? Meh :(
The cards are barely cards. Seriously. Thin paper that you have to punch out yourself. Thin, uncoated, and tiiiiiny. So small. Horrible for a toddler game. I can tell these cards are going to be ruined in no time.
I bought this because it is cheap and I wanted to see if my toddler liked it before I tried to track down a better version. I shouldn't have even bothered. Not even worth the few bucks it costed. Horrible, horrible game. Such a shame.
The cards that you pick to determine how far you move, you know, basically the only thing about the game that matters, are made out of what appears to have less thickness than 2 pieces of regular printer paper. If you have a child, within the first game, cards are going to get bent or crinkled. The board was made small enough to fit into a smaller box, which means it folds more times and goes through more wear and tear. The player pieces are definitely the sturdiest part of the game, which is kind of sad, because they have about 2.3 cents worth of plastic in them.
If you have to buy Candyland, and you shouldn't unless you hate yourself, don't buy this version. Unless you're intentionally hoping it becomes unplayable in about 4 run throughs of the game, because all the cards will be crumpled. Which you might want, because Candyland is terrible.
Most recent customer reviews
Con: much shorter than original game, then the game that I grew up with!