StoryLine: Fairy Tales Card Game
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- Simple, portable, family-friendly storytelling game
- Accommodates from three to eight players
- Imaginative, original artwork on every story card brings the narrative alive
- Two narrator decks and a hundred story cards offer ample replay ability
- Encourages reading and creativity in children
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Tell your own fanciful adventure stories with Fairy Tales, the debut game of the Storyline collection. In this simple, beautifully-illustrated card game, three to eight players create a story together, with each player contributing characters, places, objects, and events to the narrative. Fairy Tales not only offers portable, engaging entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, it also helps encourage children to read and sparks their creativity.
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|Item Dimensions||2.25 x 8.25 x 8.25 in||6.37 x 9.37 x 1.87 in||2 x 7 x 4 in||4.12 x 1.25 x 6.25 in||3.75 x 4.75 x 0.6 in||1.5 x 4.75 x 5.75 in|
Top Customer Reviews
The game consists of cards and tokens. A "Narrator" card deck starts out the story over 15 rounds, while players contribute character, place, feature, etc. cards. And the narrator picks the direction of the story by choosing one card from among the applicable cards held by players. Players take turns being the narrator. The story line cards are mostly consistent with the genre of fairy tales, with a few slightly out of place cards, such as one feature card that is "foul mouthed", as in the King was "foul mouthed". Kind of amusing I guess. Tokens are awarded by the narrator to the person playing the chosen card. The player with the most tokens "wins".
But the cards aren't as absurd as Cards Against Humanity, and for the genre of fairy tales the cards are not all that interesting. While the point of the game for kids seems to be to read the cards and tell the story, I don't think there's enough material here to keep the interest of 8 year olds, which is the minimum age suggestion on the box. I would suggest this as a game for early elementary school aged kids, no older than 1st or maybe 2nd grade. An adult could read or help a child read the cards. While I like supporting offbeat/indie games, I don't think I'd recommend this game for a child older than 1st grade.