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Ravensburger Labyrinth Family Board Game for Kids and Adults Age 7 and Up - Millions Sold, Easy to Learn and Play with Great Replay Value (26448)
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- Fun play experience – In Labyrinth, Ravensburger’s hugely popular board game for boys and girls and their parents, you have to find the shortest route through the Labyrinth to win! The game is for 2-4 players aged 7 and up, and the aim is to reach all your treasures and targets as you move through the Labyrinth.
- High quality components – Contains a playing board, 34 maze cards, 24 treasure cards, 4 playing pieces.
- Easy to understand instructions – High quality, Easy to understand instructions make it easy to start playing right away.
- Great replay value – Playing time is 20-30 minutes for 2-4 players age 7 and up. Labyrinth can be played over and over again and makes a great gift for kids and families.
- For ages 7 and up, players learn cause and effect, planning, association, recognition and taking turns.
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Why Customers Love Labyrinth:
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 around and is always creating innovative new games that are high in educational value and entertaining for various ages & abilities. Many games can be learned quickly, allowing kids to have a better chance of winning. They have won multiple awards over the years like Parent’s Choice Foundation, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio & Family Fun.
Search for treasure deep within the twisting maze! The playing board constantly changes so no two games are ever the same! The cards will determine your quest. Looking for the Dragon? How many routes can you take and also foil your opponents? Try to gain the advantage by inserting the extra tile to move walls and open passages of the labyrinth. Block and advance is the strategy! The first play to reach all of their treasure wins!
The aMAZEing Labyrinth uses a clever board design to create a series of ever-changing mazes that one to four players must move through. The object of the game is for each player to collect as quickly as possible all seven treasures depicted on their individual treasure cards. To add to the challenge, players know what the next treasure is only after they find the one before it. Before each turn, a maze card is pushed into the maze in a strategic place, helping the player make his or her way to the prize. This means that the entire maze shifts and changes on each turn, confounding some and helping others. Players will need to think ahead to choose just the right spot to shift the maze in their favor. This is an excellent game to get lost in. A simpler version can be played by younger children. --Lee Strucker
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Complete in Excellent Condition. , Contents in pristine condition. Box shows very minor shelfware consisting of a few dinged corners.
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Last November I came across Labyrinth, a game I had not considered before due to its childish-looking cover. Even it was rated 8+, I decided to give it a try due to the overwhelming good reviews in Amazon. Oh, what a right decision! Labyrinth is that kind of game where the concept, the gameplay and the artwork come together to provide a masterpiece of family entertainment. But enough general praise; let me give you the detail of why I love this game.
- In labyrinth, you have a deck of cards. Every turn, you look at your top card in the deck and then try to bring your pawn to the right place in the board where that item is. So if your top card is the sword, you will have to move your pawn to the place where the sword is
- The labyrinth does not always have a path to the item you want to pick. That is why there is an extra tile. You can insert this tile from any of the yellow arrows (look at the picture of my son inserting a tile). This will shift all that line, and reshape the whole labyrinth so you can have a path
- To win, you need to find all the treasures shown in your cards and go back to the start point
- While the rules might look simple at first, the gameplay is simply fantastic. Introducing the tiles allow you to change the shape of the labyrinth, or even shift the position of yourself or your rivals! As we play more often, we find more creative ways of playing - and sometimes to obstruct each other, hehehe
DESIGN AND QUALITY
- First of all, the game comes in a beautifully decorated box. Once open, it has compartments to store the pawns/cards/tiles. This is already a plus compared to other "modern" games that expect you to dump everything in a mess into the box
- The tiles, same as the board, are made of hard cardboard. I got a little surprised at first (I was expecting hard plastic), but now that I have got used to them I feel them sturdy and durable
- The pawns that you use to play are simply superb. The Wizard, the Warlock, the Witch and the Sorceress (that's what I have name them, you can look at the picture). Thank you, Ravensburger, for spending a little extra money in making each of them unique and not just make the same figure in four colors!
- The tiles slide very well when pushed; sometimes they get stuck if the line of tiles is not fully aligned, but after a few games you will get use to this and it will not bother you
- The artwork has a mixture of childish-looking and art. My son loves the sword and the dragon the most!
- In general, I recommend this game for children 5-6 if you are willing to spend time to teach them, and 8 if you want them to learn the rules quickly
- Yes, I am playing it with my 3.5 year old, but I still need to help him a lot. He can figure out how to move his pawn around the labyrinth to the next treasure, and even insert the tile for a small, easy labyrinth reshape. But for more complex moves he needs my help. Don't get me wrong, I love playing it with him, but unless you are a nerd like me you might be better with other games such as The Game of Life Junior Game or Monopoly Junior Board Game , or even ThinkFun Rush Hour if you have patience to teach him. You can check my reviews of these games if you are interested.
- If you are thinking to bu this game to play with adults only (no kids), I might not recommend it so much though. I think traditional games like Risk or Scrabble, or more advance games like Catan 5th Edition , Pandemic Board Game or Shadows Over Camelot will be more challenging and engaging for mature players
Overall, Labyrinth is definitely a 5-star game with a unique gameplay. I expect it to remain as one of our most often plays games for the next few years!
We opened up this game less than 24 hours ago and my kids have played it at least 10 times now, with my husband and I participating a few times as well. It has so much re-playability since it's really never the same game each time you play, and requires the addictive sort of problem solving style critical thinking that rewards both kids and adults a sense of pride in their cognitive skills.
The board and cards are very nice quality, better than most typical board games (which is, I hope, why the price is a but higher than those other games), but the fun makes up for that. I have no regrets with it.
We do have a four year old that plays, even though the game recommends 7+. She will need help occasionally, but she does understand the concept of the game. It's so fun finding games that appeal to a range of ages, so that no younger children are left out (something that happens too often when the older kids want to play more complex games).
Hope this review was helpful! Get this game!
I also like that it's a relatively quick game (30 mins or so) and I like the fact that it's not a 'dumbed down' version of an older game but instead appears to be the original from Germany.
If you enjoy board games that require strategy and include a fantasy aspect this is for you.
I especially appreciate that it does not require any reading as she is still not a confident reader and little brother is not reading yet either. It is a great logic game and I would recommend it to just about anything. I am planning on purchasing a few more copies to keep on hand for their friends birthdays.
Top reviews from other countries
I came across Labyrinth, was on sale at half price and already had good reviews so I went ahead and ordered it. Delivery came pretty quick ( Prime member), opened the box and checked all the parts / cards were there. I was pleased to see a single sheet of A4 rules! On reading it seemed quite straight forward, my teenage daughters and I played and found it very entertaining, the fact that the board - as a maze - can change on each turn by putting in the extra maze piece in the marked areas and pushing the whole row of maze pieces along really does add a good dimension compared to regular board games - you can greatly help yourself or hinder others when trying to get your treasures. There are no dice - just prepare the board with the maze pieces - deal out the treasure cards ( don't show others these cards unless having a practice; ) - you have to then move the maze on your turn - then either choose to move ( or not move ) your character piece as far as you like as long as there is a clear path - or until you reach your treasure piece....on doing this you then turn over your next treasure card and wait your turn to again move the maze and then your playing piece as required. There is strategy to a point, and moving your piece off the board one side and as in the rules place it the opposite side before moving means you can get to the other side of the board then make your move. Some luck can come your way as well as not - as its funny when you think you are nearly at your treasure and then the player before you then moves the maze and the game changes completely!
This is well worth a go - I think we'll certainly be breaking this game out more than others we have ( apart from "grab a pig" or stinky pig which are great, quick easy games for a good giggle!!). I hope I have given a fair idea of how this game plays...and if you can get it for the £12 I paid then why not give it a go...the board / cards and pieces are decent enough quality - i would highly recommend...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 18, 2018
Using characters from all films, some of whom never set foot in Hogwarts (so far as I can recall), one oddly used in duplicate but none of the rich history of magical objects, owls or pets created by JK Rowling, this is such a disappointing use of the licence that could have been a match made in heaven.
It really would not have taken a great deal of thought or effort to make this the game it deserved to be, rather than just a wasted use of a magical licence.
Game board has some fixed tiles to act as a guideline for the labyrinth.
The labyrinth tiles are nice and thick so are sturdy and have a decent finish.
Artwork is ok, nothing fabulous but looks good enough.
Playing cards (treasure cards) are not the best I've ever seen but are functional and are clear.
Character pieces are each unique (suspiciously look like famous wizards) and are coloured differently, red, blue, yellow and green.
Insert tray holds all contents nicely.
All the rules are on a double-sided coloured page, includes a basic variant rule for youngsters too.
Look at your treasure card and try to retrieve the treasure on it, but beware the labyrinth will change to slow your search, can you collect all your treasure first?
The game plays, quite simply, in 2 rounds per player turn.
1, Play the loose labyrinth tile and collect the displaced tile.
2, Move your character to a treasure or around the labyrinth.
These rules are easy to teach and learn, but the game itself does encourage prior planning and basic tactics.
I'd say that it's not suitable for very young children but those around 7/8 (perhaps a year or two younger) onwards will likely enjoy the game itself.
The only drawback I've found is that you can get stuck trying to get a treasure, this is more likely to happen with higher player counts, but otherwise it's quite straightforward and is enjoyable.
Overall I'd say this is a very good family friendly boardgame.
The moving board is interesting, especially for young players, but as mentioned before can be a little frustrating.
Happy to have it in my collection and hope to use ot for years to come.