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Warning: you’ll be drawing a lot of D’s.” “If you’re a GOT fan, you’ll love this,” assures one reviewer, adding, “The coins make game play a lot more fun.
I own a few themed Monopoly’s and this is my favorite.” Another customer also think this is her new favorite game, explaining, “The chance cards are as ruthless and savage as the journey the style, it can be pretty ruthless so the game will not go on forever.” Many more customers mention there are some key differences between this and the original Monopoly, like one who says that there’s, “No community chest, just all chance cards and some are secret cards — quite evil I might add (steal an entire set from an opponent including castles, make an opponent pay rent on all three properties in the set including castles if any). Currency are only two types of coins representing one or five (silver and gold).” But they admit these changes make it “true People love this game because it’s got the best of all the drinking games on one board.
Easy to learn.” “Great for a small group, short strategy game.
It plays quickly and is fast moving for the most part,” says one reviewer.
Nice way to spend time together.” One reviewer who did play as a kid says, “This game takes me back to my youth. It is an awesome family game and we really love it.” A few reviewers familiar with the classic felt thrown off by the new character who’d been added to this version of the game, saying it ruined the integrity of the game, but most didn’t mind, like one who writes, “As long as we still have Colonel Mustard and Miss Scarlett, I’m happy.” “When Pictionary meets Telephone in a dark alley,” says one reviewer of this adult drawing board game that nearly 100 five-star reviewers call “hilarious.” Another calls it “by far one of the greatest adult games ever,” explaining, “We always end up in tears after playing this game.
You can play it as individuals, as teams, and with a large group of people.
Lots of fun and laughs and people that don’t always like to play games end up buying their own later.” Many say that it requires some strategy, but as one puts it, “It’s an easy game to learn, and involves strategy, but not to the level of something like Ticket to Ride, Settlers of Catan, The Palace of Mad King Ludwig, or Agricola.” One even thinks this is “a definite one to have in your game closet,” concluding, “Fairly quick game.
Dozens more call this a quick game to play, including one who notes, “It is an engaging game that lasts a short time and the visual design is beautiful.
It has become one of our family favorites, great for those cold winter evenings around the fireplace.” Another thinks that at first he didn’t love it, “But after a few rounds, it becomes very addictive,” adding, “Now we play game after game. Still, the games are fairly quick, so you can rotate or even play as teams if you have a larger family.” And as this reviewer concludes, “My family plays a lot of board games.