Educational Insights Nowhere To Go Game

Educational Insights Nowhere to Go 3410 Kids Games

Product Features

  • Trap your opponent in this step-by-step strategy game for two
  • Take turns blocking paths and crossing bridges until one player is completely cornered

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|| Comments

    By ForestGreen on May 04, 2015

    Fun, But Must Modify Rules or First Always Wins A fun game we bought at the local beach kite shop this year.Ok, but there is a puzzle to this game. Did the designer overlook thatthere is a way to position your initial blockers so that, if you movefirst, you always win? ALWAYS?! My 14yo son discovered this after onlytwo rounds.But wait, we thought, this just can’t be.It’s too simple! Win in 6 moves? It’s no fun…

    By Grandma on May 04, 2015

    We had to change the rules. 0

    By Brian D. Langa on May 04, 2015

    Very Fun Game With an Educational Value as Well. I was initially impressed with the very cool design and layout of the game, but I was unsure of its playability. It turned out to be loads of fun. It also has a unique strategic element; results are not luck oriented, and you have to think ahead several moves. My 7 year old daughter and I played several games, and it was very fun to see how she began grasping and implementing the strategy. My 5 year old daughter was very much into the game, but she did not necessarily grasp the longer term…

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