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Forbidden Island
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Try Castle Panic (with the Wizards Tower expansion is best). It's a fantastic cooperative game and can be played with up to 6 players, but it still fun with just two.
By mazman75 SELLER on August 10, 2015
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I'm an adult, and I really liked it. check out Tabletop on Youtube http://youtu.be/DxG_ahmF1uM and you'll see how the game is played.
By M. Pascual on September 28, 2013
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There is a lot of replay value. Because of the random game tiles and cards you can get a lot out of it. Plus you can adjust the difficulty of the game for a bigger challenge.
By Tony on December 16, 2015
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Depends on how old your children are......if they like board game then they will like it....it requires planning ahead and execute accordingly...definitely requires adult assistance..... best part I think you will enjoy it if you enjoy game such as checkers, puzzles, ets.... great board game for family game night....Enjoy...
By Nightowl3590 on April 8, 2015
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Yes, we played with five and six people. It works fine.
By Beth on December 30, 2013
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With completely cooperative games the number of people sitting around the game and the number of players in the game do not have to be the same. You can each take two player cards and each take two turns for a 4 player experience. In fact, I've played several games of Forbidden Island solitaire... just take 3-4 playe… see more With completely cooperative games the number of people sitting around the game and the number of players in the game do not have to be the same. You can each take two player cards and each take two turns for a 4 player experience. In fact, I've played several games of Forbidden Island solitaire... just take 3-4 player cards and play each in turn. see less With completely cooperative games the number of people sitting around the game and the number of players in the game do not have to be the same. You can each take two player cards and each take two turns for a 4 player experience. In fact, I've played several games of Forbidden Island solitaire... just take 3-4 player cards and play each in turn.
By Ken B on December 21, 2014
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I would say yes, but it's really lightweight: My 11yo and I played through it a few times and she got bored...
By Dave Taylor on January 8, 2016
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Contact the manufacturer. I emailed and got a response within a day. But the replacements didn't arrive for a few weeks.
By Amazon Customer on March 9, 2017
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Playing time can really vary with this game from a few minutes to a half hour depending on how the cards fall and how the tiles are laid out. We have played this game a lot since we bought it, the longest a round took us was 45 minutes.
By Androstarr on September 27, 2015