Patch Products 488851 Toss-Up Game
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- Height: 6.1
- Width: 3.8
- Depth: 1.3
- Top Quality Children's Item.
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Top Customer Reviews
Simple: You roll all the dice, if you get a green (or more) come up those are your points. You can roll the yellows and reds again if you want, or take your points and run. If you round-up the yellows and reds and roll again, you're playing the odds that you might turn up a red (or two) with no greens - then all your points for that round go bye-bye.
It's this element of fun and risk that makes the game so great. My little guy counted up his own points (I'm totally mentioning this at his next parent-teacher conference) and it turns out he's quite the daredevil when it comes to gambling on the next roll.
He also kicked my butt in every game. So age makes you cautious in this one. I was so desperate for points at the end I was taking risks too, but it was too late. The next few games I rolled again and again right along with Mr. High Roller and we were more evenly matched. But it you roll a red with no greens your busted, hot shot, and you get behind fast in this game.
We loved it, and he took it over to his friend's house for a few more rounds. When he turns 21 I'm taking him straight to the craps table and we're gonna work on my retirement fund.
Soon after the boys started playing, they were joined by a few aunts, uncles and grandparents... ended up playing several hours with different people playing each round. The kids stayed interested, got pretty competitive, and actually beat the adults several times. Now, they take it out at least once a week and play while I'm making dinner, and it makes it into game night pretty often. It's nice that they get it - so I don't have to be involved for them to enjoy the game.
The game is engaging, but not something that requires too much concentration. So it is a good game for conversation, or a more relaxed evening... and certainly an awesome one to include smaller kids who want to play with the big ones!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun game with simple rules that can be taught in just a few minutes. I've played with people between the ages of 5 and 75.Published 4 days ago by Seth Hostetler
Fun, quick little game that our entire family enjoys playing. It's easy for the young ones and challenging for the old.Published 8 days ago by Rhondalj76
We played this game at a neighbors house and bought two of them. It is a lot of fun! One game for here and one for my mother's house. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Terry