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LEGO Minotaurus Game (3841)
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- 1 buildable LEGO® Dice & 12 LEGO microfigures
- 1 rule booklet
- Building instructions
- 2 to 4 players
- 224 pieces
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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LEGO Minotaurus Game (3841)
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The mighty Minotaur, a mythical creature, protects a secret temple hidden deep inside a labyrinth. Be the first to lead your heroes to the temple, avoiding the Minotaur and cleverly placing walls to block your opponents. Clear and simple rules make this game great fun for the whole family.
Legal DisclaimerWARNING: Choking Hazard. Small parts, not for children under 3 years.
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My only caveat about the game is that at the original retail price of $66 it is overpriced. But, if you wait and watch for awhile on Amazon (or check the used section), you can sometimes purchase this game brand new for about $20. At that price, it is well worth it. For my family, this has been a 4.5 to 5 star addition to our games selection.
Keep an eye on the price, we only paid about twenty bucks for this which was a really good deal. It has since gone up significantly and unless you need it desperately for some reason, I'd pass on it and find a more reasonably priced game.
Gameplay is based on the Trouble or Parcheesi model: you have three tokens that you need to move from the corner of the board to the middle. The twist is that the path you take is more like a maze, and there are grey blocks that you can erect as walls to block other players. You move your tokens by rolling a three, four, five or six. Rolling a grey lets you move a grey block, where rolling a black moves the Minotaur several spaces; this is used to bump a player back to their home corner. The instructions offer a couple of different modes of play, including a replaceable tile on the die that lets you replace the "3" with a green tile, giving you the ability to move three spaces and climb over a wall.
Overall, it's a lot of fun, both to build and to play. Better than I expected!
The dice has numbers (which move your men), a gray square (which you can then move wall sections to block other players or block the Minotaur, and a black square (which moves the Minotaur 8 spaces each time). It's fun to use the walls to block people or save yourself from the Minotaur. You can also move a wall that's been placed in your way to block an opponent.
There are other game play options listed in the instruction book, but we have not tried them. And we have just been playing with the basic board layout, but you can move it around and design the game board any way you like. After all it's LEGO! I'm sure we'll play around with the design eventually, but we've only had it a few weeks.
It's a fun game...your LEGO kid will love it.