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- With an updated map and all-new playing pieces, increased rewards for bold moves, and easy to learn rules
- Test your nerve with the basic training game--a quick and easy way to play
- Finally prove your courage in World Contest-an updated edition of the classic Risk game
- Bottom line: 3 ways to play, faster game play, and updated map and playing pieces
- Includes game board, 7 dice, deck of 42 cards, 5 sets of colored units, 5 capitals, 15 cities, parts sheet and instructions
- You'll be ready to take on whatever lies ahead
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Can you accomplish the military objectives before your opponents? With an updated map and all-new playing pieces, increased rewards for bold moves, and easy to learn rules, you'll be ready to take on whatever lies ahead. Test your nerve with the Basic Training game--a quick and easy way to play. Or, see if you have what it takes to dominate in the fast-paced and strategic Command Room game. Finally prove your courage in World Contest-an updated edition of the classic Risk game. The decision is yours. The time is now. Do you have what it takes to win? Bottom line: Three ways to play, faster game play, and updated map and playing pieces. Includes game board, 7 dice, deck of 42 cards, 5 sets of colored units, 5 capitals, 15 cities, parts sheet and instructions. For 3 to 5 players ages 12 and up.
Legal DisclaimerExcellent condition. All cards and parts included in great shape. Box very clean.
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I've played several different versions of Risk, going back to a version with wooden Roman numerals (and I LOVED that version). Unfortunately each new version over the past ten to twenty years seems to be focusing on making the game cheaper with each go around. I think the most frustrating thing about the changes were initially cheaper plastic pieces, but fortunately the makers of the game decided to give it some changes by offering additional rules to keep the games interesting. This version in particular adds a lot, but it also changes up the game mechanics a fair bit too. I played it with the new rules, but also opted to play it with much of the original rules too, because frankly one of the more interesting parts about this game is amassing huge armies and going for that last army card in hopes that you can turn your luck with a huge deployment of infantry. Unfortunately the new rules keep it a little more tame by offering amounts that don't stack per each hand you turn in, which brings about new challenges, but in the end left me a little frustrated too. While I can't say that I hate this version, it's not that great, and I should have opted for the other version that they have out now in the wooden box that is supposed to be more along the lines of the classic Risk.
The new version is not what I remember from twenty-plus years ago. As a previous reviewer has said, gone are the the detailed pieces, which are now just plastic arrows with one or three stripes on them. The countries are (I think) somewhat re-aligned and renamed, and the new rules for the "basic" version of the game have changed; thus, so has the strategy. Instead of total world domination, now you try to complete certain objectives. The troop movement rules have also somewhat changed, at least from how I remember playing, with the maximum number of troops being limited to three. Objectives are printed on cardboard chevrons, which seem durable enough (but like any game with lots of pieces, could be subject to being misplaced).
We have only played the "basic" set of rules at our house, and haven't graduated to the more complex (and more time-consuming) rules, but he enjoys it, and mom and dad enjoy playing it with him. Little brother gets in on the action by rolling for someone most turns, and giving "strategic advice." I don't think it will be much longer before he is actually playing the game himself as well.
In short, this was a perfect addition to our family's game collection, and I see us playing it often. I just wish the pieces were more visually appealing than the little plastic arrows.
Was very disappointed with this after loving the first version I played Risk with.