Candy Land Book Series
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If you've never played Candy Land, it's very simple. Up to 4 players play on the board, which is drawn out like a map for Candy Land. Your goal is to make it to the king's candy castle by drawing cards. Each card will have one color, two colors, or a character on it. If you draw a color, you move your character to the closest square of that same color. If it's a two color card, you move two spaces. If it's a character, you move forward or back to that location. You can also lose a turn by landing on one of the few spaces made for that. See? Very simple!
The map's changed a bit from when I was younger, and has different character/monster designs on it, but it's still cute. The player pieces are little gingerbread men in 4 colors (red, green, blue and yellow), and you get a good number of cards to play with. We usually only went through about half of the cards when playing, but you can always shuffle the used pile and start again if you run out. The main feature of this edition here is that it comes in a 'book'. The map, gingerbread pieces and cards are stored in a plastic tray within the book, which is a hard plastic case. The image on the front slides off, revealing the game, and you unfold the map. It's a really cool way to store the game, and more practical than the huge boxes a lot of board games come in.Read more ›
It's great! It does fold out to a full-sized, durable game board. The illustrations are good too, and the figures are pretty sturdy.
Overall, I'm totally happy with this storage size and will look for other "game in a book" in the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Playing pieces and board broke, but it was still a fun game for the little kids.Published 10 months ago by Review Queen
This is a nice product,but look around to save money. Right now a major department store (think red) is selling this for less than half of what they have it listed for here.Published on November 13, 2011 by My 2 Cents