Wood Folding Mancala in Cardboard Sleeve
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- Great game For Counting and Strategy
- Challenging but simple game for adults and children
- Wood board with storage sleeve. (Packaging may vary)
- Board unfolds to 5-1/4" x 17-3/4"
- 2 player strategy game
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great price for a real wooden game board with glass pieces. It's extremely portable, making it a great game for backseat travel or airplanes. Sick and tired of playing Candyland with your 6-year-old? Grab this game and you'll both have fun!
The picture on my Mancala box looked just like the one on Amazon - brightly colored glass pieces, etc. HOWEVER, when I opened the game, instead of the glass "gemstones", there were ROCKS inside. The same kind of small, pea-gravel sized rocks I can pick up in my driveway.
The directions that came in the box also talk about "gemstones". So the outside of the box, and the description in the directions didn't match what was actually inside the box.
I went to the Cardinal Industries website, and on the website, the picture on the version of Mancala being sold on there shows rocks, instead of the glass pebbles. So, apparently, they have changed their product, but it seems that on the production line, some of the ones still being created for, and distributed to, various retailers have the WRONG PICTURE on the outside.
I feel this is misleading, and I believe Cardinal Industries should be charging a lesser price, since they are not providing the glass pebbles, but rather, pea gravel.
I have asked the retailer I bought mine from to refund my money. I asked for the refund, because they couldn't exchange it.....other boxes they opened up had the same pea gravel inside, even though the outside of the box showed the brightly-colored glass gemstones.
Again, I did not buy mine on Amazon, but I'm posting this warning here so that other people can watch out for rocks in their Mancala game, instead of what they actually paid for.....the glass "gemstones" pictured on the box, and described in the directions.
She was mesmerized by the product packaging, I could look into her eyes and just know that all she wanted at that point in time was to handle the included multi-colored jewels. Plus, she also told me that specifically the multi colored jewels would complete her life, right then and there.
Unfortunately there were only blue and white jewels, much unlike the product packaging. It was like we were there playing Mancala, but.... we weren't really there. Not even halfway into our game, my cat puked (probably from disgust of this gross product misrepresentation), and then the battery on my Bluetooth radio died. Everything was ruined and I slept cold and alone with my puke-breath cat. I haven't heard from her since then.
Great game, cheap, and with nice looking natural material.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These sets are great. Nice wood game board that folds up for easy storage. I bought two sets so I can play with my 3 kids and we can play 2 games at the same time. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ellen Zames
Great game , but to play this one, you have to have tiny hands. Very small pockets.Published 3 days ago by adc
Awesome game that my daughter and I love to play together. It is a simple game, but entertaining.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
As a kid I have fond memories during the summer rainy days challenging my siblings and friend to a good game of Mancala; So when my 7 year old son came home from school and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amanda
Great little game. Bought this for my daughter(8) and the whole family plays it constantly.Published 6 days ago by Robert Flournoy
Nice board. The gems that come with it are a little big for the holes, but I used my own rocks that were smaller and it works well. Easy to store.Published 8 days ago by Sam Poll
This is a very simple game and the board basically has one job: to hold the stones. Epic fail! Holes are way too small for the stones. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Boston-Kristen