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Tagsboard games, early elementary, tween
We don’t like to brag (much), but we’ve got a feeling we’ll win your respect (and the naming rights to your third child) with Tsuro, The game of the Path.
Before we get into the nitty gritty, we’d like to mention that this game has won a handful of awards, including a Major Fun award. If that’s not reason alone to buy this one, read on…
Tsuro’s a fairly short game, played in 15 minutes or less, and can be played by as little as 2 people, to a max of 8. The aim of the game, you ask? It’s to create a path around the board, but other players’ paths can easily lead you in the wrong direction (and boy have we all been there before!), so it’s up to you to find a wise way to succeed.
Tsuro comes with a beautifully designed game board, 35 path tiles, 8 marker stones, a dragon tile (oh yeah, did we mention the cool dragon graphics?), and the game rules for when conflict breaks out in the living room on how to actually play (we’re still trying to settle an argument from the 90s about whether or not you can use a dictionary while playing Scrabble. Of course you can’t.).
And while the littlies will be having fun, they’ll also be stretching those craniums, because Tsuro provides kids with a chance to strategize their way into the winning circle. It’s a win-win!