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Stratego 50th Anniversary
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- Celebrate your favorite strategy game with this limited edition 50th Anniversary Tin
- Move with caution and courage as the next piece you attack could secretly be a bomb;
- The Ultimate Strategy Game for 2 Players as you covertly place soldiers and bombs on the map.
- Futuristic Battle Theme
- Classic Strategic Game Play
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To recap, there are three Hasbro (Milton Bradley) offerings. They are all offered on Amazon (at varying price points on the secondary market, i.e., Amazon Marketplace) and I will cross reference the manufacturer's part numbers below.Read more ›
This 50th Anniversary Stratego exceeded my expectations.
This is a terrific game of strategy. To me this game is like a blend of chess (strategy) and memory (to recall the hidden pieces you've managed to reveal). The concepts are not hard to understand (capture the flag, lower number wins, etc.) and it plays pretty quickly. Even my 5-year son enjoys playing. Granted, he's not the best strategist yet, but he's learning very quickly how to set up his pieces to attack and defend.
Before purchasing this version I had read a couple of negative reviews on this Amazon site about its lack of quality. I'm glad I purchased it anyway as I have not found any quality issues. One person wrote that the pieces were smaller than the original. That is NOT the case. My parents have the 1986 edition, which I used recently when visiting them, and there was no perceptable size difference with the pieces. Another person wrote that the plastic was thinner and they could see through them. When playing under NORMAL, 75-watt lighting condition (as opposed to possibly an interrogation light) I was not able to see through them. (Who knows, maybe s/he had x-ray vision or was telepathetic.) In any case, I could not perceive any difference in quality from the 1986 edition to this 50th Anniversary edition.Read more ›
The board is nice and the instructions are good. Only giving this 4 stars because the giant book isn't the best box for this game and is somewhat annoying. Other than that, it's great!
Still... 4.9 stars.
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Best game in the world. This is a very good quality game, nice materials used. Love to play this game with my daughter and when my sister comes over. I win every time!Published 19 months ago by Cynthia
Exactly what we were looking for. a great game to play with our kids!Published 22 months ago by Nancy Chen
I love this game, but it was missing a piece. When I contacted the seller, they were unable to replace the game or piece---instead offered me a completely different game... Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Paige
Love this game. It's the same rules used when playing when we were a kid. It's the game where the 1 is the best piece etc...not the other way around.Published on December 12, 2012 by Sarah Thompson
This is exactly what I remembered playing in the early 80s. Love this game. One thing I did not recall was that each game can take quite a while. Read morePublished on October 18, 2012 by BigAl444
You will have hours of fun with this anniversary addition. I played this game when I was a kid. It is just how I remembered it. Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by digitaldj900
The red pieces are transparent enough to see through, therefore Blue player can see Red player's bombs, which defeats the point of the whole game. This game is unusable. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by Patrick Burke