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- A revolutionary way to play the classic game of Chinese Checkers
- In this sleek new strategy game you jump to move all your pieces to the opposite side, but on some turns you may be instructed to inches turn inches
- inches Turn inches is when the entire center ring revolves which might move you closer to your goal, or set you back
- 2 to players
- For Ages to adult
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Chinese Revolution. revolutionary way to play the classic game of Chinese Checkers. In this sleek new strategy game you jump to move all your pieces to the opposite side, but on some turns you may be instructed to inches turnTurn inches is when the entire center ring revolves which might move you closer to your goal, or set you back. to players. For Ages to adult.
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1) This version of Chinese Checkers is missing several holes for the corners of each section. If you look closely at the picture, there are two holes that are missing for each section. This makes it more difficult to plan moves in general. What became frustrating was that several times we thought of moves for our pieces that weren't possible due to these holes being gone.
Our solution: Drill the holes into the board.
2) Each turn requires a person to draw a card to see if the game board will be turned. What disappointed me was that it shows an arrow pointing in one direction (left) and every time you draw the turn card, you are supposed to turn it left. I thought it'd be more chaotic and fun to have cards that had different directions so not only are you not sure if the board will be turning, but you also wouldn't know which direction it'd go in! However, the fact that the board does turn makes the game more interesting. Definitely more fun with more people rather than two, though.
Overall, this game is great for those who want to play Chinese Checkers normally or for those who want a new twist on the game. The biggest downside for me was that fact that there were 6 holes missing for possible moves. But it'll be fixed when we drill in the holes. Other than that, it's great.
Top reviews from other countries
Playing it basic with 6 year old grandchildren and challenging strategy with adults.