This exclusive edition of the Sorry! game features a rustic look and includes colorful pawns and a rustic-looking gameboard and cards. It comes in a wooden box that's designed to be displayed out in the open, or given as a gift. Just like with the classic Sorry! board game, this edition of the Sorry! game is filled with unpredictable twists and turns. Players follow the instructions on the cards and move their pawns to jump, bump, slide, and send their opponents back to Start as they make their way around the game board. Who will be the lucky player to bring all of their pawns home for the win?
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Includes 1 gameboard, 16 plastic Sorry! Pawns, 45 cards, and game rules.
Ages 6 and up For 2 to 4 players. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
I bought this game today because it looked like it would be a nice deluxe version of my family's favorite board game. We play games a LOT and I was hoping that it would be better quality than the cheap standard version of the game which we pretty much wear out in a year's time. I opened it up at home and I was just stunned at how completely cheaply made the game was, the cards are just horrible, little more than heavy paper and the board is no better quality than the standard board game plus it was smaller. If all you want is the pretty wooden box then I guess there's that but as far as value this is really just bad. There is no way I'm keeping it, I'm taking it back tomorrow and just purchasing a basic Sorry game for much less money and better quality. What a disappointment.
I bought this in the store yesterday, and I have to say I'm rather disappointed. The front of the wooden box has these ugly silver flip tabs you use to open the box (in other models I own you just slide the box open) and the actual game board is a very cheap, thin cardboard. Overall the product is very cheap and I wish I would have just bought the regular version and saved the extra money. Since I am an adult playing with (mostly) adults, I know the board will be babied and taken care of, but if I were recommending this to a family with kiddos I'd say save your money and buy the cheaper, more durable version of this game. Waste of money and a disappointment.