Get ready for some world domination. Make use of intensive strategy in this class board game where players compete to occupy all the territory on the board to win the game!
Risk it all or risk nothing at all in this original board game from Hasbro. Get ready as players set about to take over the world in this game of strategy to be crowned the ultimate leader in global domination! It is all about who is willing to take the biggest Risk in this classic game.
Choose your strategy carefully & dominate the board, remember when playing Risk, the goal is simple; players aim to conquer their enemies by either attacking or forming alliances.
Remember, when it comes to victory, it's an all out assault, stay vigilant at all times! Whether you're claiming North Africa or Asia, make sure you build an army & move your troops into the right places for when the time is right to engage in battle. Filled with alliances, surprise attacks & betrayal Risk is a great game for family & friends alike.
In order to win, claim a territory by defeating all the enemy troops. The player who completes his or her secret mission first- and reveals the Secret Mission card to prove it- wins.
Includes: 7 dice, a deck of 42 cards, 5 sets of colored units, 5 capitals, 15 cities, a parts sheet and instructions. Also includes two 2-sided target boards, 4 tracks, 4 scoring boards, 8 side rails, 3 blocker rails, 16 roller pawns, 16 scoring pawns and rules.
I had never actually played this game before buying it, but it is great fun. I have 8- and 5-year-old boys who love getting into my Axis and Allies board game, which far too advanced for them. I bought Risk because I figured it is a good intro into the strategy-type board games. They both love it and have a pretty good understanding of the rules, though I find it necessary to moderate whenever they play. My wife, who initially thought it was way to difficult and wasn't really into it, started loving it after about thirty minutes in. The dice battles are really exciting. Note that this game takes a while to finish, so don't start within about two hours of bedtime. Otherwise, buy it!
Just like the one we had growing up. Kids and parents all enjoy. The board is beautiful, and the little soldier pieces make it even more fun. The game takes longer to play than the newer digital version, but you can't beat the real thing!