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Pirates of the Caribbean DVD Treasure Hunt
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- Includes clips of the actual movie "Pirates of the Caribbean"
- Game board comes in the shape of a treasure map
- Enter codes with your remote control and lead to pirate riddles, booty cards and hidden treasures
- It's the ideal game to play with friends or family
- 2007 Creative Child Award's "Seal of Excellence Award" (Family DVD games category). NOTE: The "Seal of Excellence" is given to those products that exceed expectations based on the criteria for nurturing creativity and education in children
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The basics of the game are as follows:
You roll a die and move around a map trying to obtain more booty cards (rum, gold or silver) to match your treasure hunt card. Once you have enough, the game will tell you where you need to sail to bury your treasure. You can fight, plunder and dock at islands to get more booty cards. But be careful, you can lose these cards too!
Land on any space on the map and check your coordinates from the DVD to see if you've found anything.
Other than the red ship, the other 3 look almost the same so it's kind of hard to tell exactly what ship is what.
Also, going to the DVD remote every single turn really drags the game out. Yes it is entertaining for about the first 10 minutes, then after that, it just gets tedious. You input your coords, you wait for the scene to load, you watch the scene, you click out of the scene to go back to the main menu so you can do it all over again.
A typical turn is like this:
Roll dice...move ship...attack if you can...go to a port if you can...if not, enter coords on DVD and see if you've found any booty...next persons turn.
Cool idea, but fun really only fun for about 15 minutes, then it just gets old.
Save your booty and buy the movie on DVD when it comes out for more entertainment than this.
But our 11-year-old still asked to play again two days later! The second game took about 20 minutes, was fast-paced and a lot more fun (but almost too short!). The third game took longer, and was still interesting. We waged battles and had a lot of fun with the games at each port stop. The clues and games were even fun and challenging for us adults.
There ARE some gray areas about the rules, which unfortunately is common in most new games these days. But we easily came up with guidelines along the way, and there wasn't anything that kept us from enjoying the game.
I'd also like to say that the setup and cleanup is a breeze--they actually designed the game box to hold all the pieces neatly once you put them away! This is another place where I think a lot of games today fall short.