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- Gain the advantage over the other players by inserting the extra tile to move walls and open passages of the Labyrinth
- Learn cause and effect, plannina, association, recognition, and taking turns
- Ages 8 and up
- For 1-4 players
- Ravensburger's popular trademark is found on every box, the blue triangle, which American consumers value as a sign of quality for over 125 years
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A Treasure Hunting Adventure Awaits
Get lost in a maze of fun with the Ravensburger Labyrinth! This fantastical labyrinth board game features a cast of mythical characters including a dragon, a princess, a ghost, a genie, and flying creatures like bats and owls.
Designed for ages eight and up, this four-player adventure is an action-packed game of mystery that’s ideal for sleepovers, family game nights, and anytime kids feel like playing in a land of strategy and imagination. Players must find all of their objects and characters while moving carefully through the constantly changing maze, and be the first to make it back to the starting square to win.
What's in the Box
At a Glance:
- Treasure hunting game with mythical maze
- Includes characters like dragons and princesses
- Teaches strategy and planning
- Designed for up to 4 players
- Age Requirement: 8+ (or play alternate version with younger children)
Teaches Planning, Recognition, and Taking Turns
The Ravensburger Labyrinth involves navigating traps and shifting walls in a race for treasure, helping teach children skills like cause-and-effect, strategic planning, and how to take turns with other players. Like in a game of chess, players must plan ahead to gain advantage over other players and collect all their treasures. The game also teaches recognition, as players must try to get to the square that matches the picture on their top card with every turn.
Surprise at Every Turn with Shifting Maze
With its pathways always moving and changing, the labyrinth keeps players constantly on their toes. For each turn, a player chooses one of the twelve arrows along the edge of the board and inserts a maze card, which pushes out a corresponding maze card at the opposite end. The player then moves as far as possible along the open pathway--sometimes forcing other players to relocate on the board for playful competition.
For Ages Eight and Up
The Ravensburger Labyrinth is appropriate for ages eight and up and designed to be played by up to four players, so kids can play with their friends, or you can all enjoy playing as a family. There is also a great alternative version for play with younger children, where the players can look at their cards before starting the game to make it easier for the younger treasure hunters in the family.
Ravensburger has been connecting generations for generations. A family company since 1883, Ravensburger offers high-quality, age-appropriate games, puzzles, arts and crafts, and science activity kits that foster enjoyment, education, and family togetherness. Ravensburger is dedicated to the philosophy that starting children off early by stimulating their minds and hands helps not only develop fine motor, artistic, and exploring skills but also fosters a sense of accomplishment.
Ravensburger offers one of the most diverse collections of games you can find and is always creating innovative new games that are high in educational value and entertaining for various ages and abilities. Many of their games can be learned quickly, so even younger children have a good chance at beating the grownups. They have been awarded multiple awards over the years from renown institutions like Parent’s Choice Foundation, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio and Family Fun.
Top Customer Reviews
At the beginning of the game, you deal out treasure cards. The aim of the players is to reach the tile on which the treasure is printed. You do this by pushing tiles. As the players push the tiles the layout of the labyrinth changes. You can play this game with two to four players. With two players, it's more strategic since you have to worry about getting your treasures and preventing the other player from getting his. With larger number of players, the game becomes more chaotic and exciting because the labyrinth will be completely different by the time you get your turn again.
Basically, you should get this game. The simple gameplay combined with a high level of replayability makes this a must-have boardgame.
Each player's task is to work their way around the board to find treasures. The only problem is, the paths around the board shift on every move. You might be one space from your treasure at the end of your turn, then find yourself on the other side of the board on the next turn. Conversely, there is often a path from one corner of the board to the diagonal opposite corner for a clever player to discover.
With three or more players, cooperation comes into play. "I'll help you if you help me," becomes a strategy to beat another player who has gotten ahead. This can get very interesting, as players can use their move to block other players instead of getting themselves closer to their goal.
Overall, a family winner.
Playing is a fabulous way to spend an afternoon or evening with your children. The game requires non-verbal skill and logic, but is fun as heck. Very often, the children do better than the grown-ups.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very fun and simple game. A word of warning, the instructions did not come in English, so you may have to search online for the base rulesPublished 4 days ago by Kyle Grage
my son (7 y-old) loves this game! i know revensburger's games from since i was a child and its fun to see the they kept their high quality.Published 8 days ago by oshry Leibovitch
This game is easy and fun even for grown ups. You're working against each other trying to collect everything in the labyrinth, which is always changing. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Eve
Wonderful family game! I cannot recommend this game enough, especially if you and your children like games that combine strategy and puzzles. Read morePublished 8 days ago by MamaGhostBooks
Amazing game! It is the only childrens game I truly enjoy. Very unique! We added a spin where you tell a story with the trasure cards as you get them. My 7 year old loves it.Published 11 days ago by cinderfairie
Games usually have to be taught to me by a person because I rarely have the patience to read the instructions especially if it's complicated(I'm the kind of person that needs step... Read morePublished 12 days ago by EL
This game is just too fun! Our family was introduced to the game in The Netherlands this summer --- it's VERY popular in Europe --- and we ordered our own copy via Amazon upon our... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Texas Mom
Difficult but fun game, takes some practice to get good strategies figured out. It is also strongly influenced by luck of which cards you draw. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Megan