Friday, January 18, 2019

Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Maze Game

Harry Potter Tri-Wizard Maze Game from Pressman Toys. Is for ages 5 and up along with 2 to 4 players. The object of the game is to be the first player to get all four of your matching movers home. Before a player can move them over out of his/her starts base and onto the maze bath, she/he must pop a 6. When that happens the player puts one mover on the start maze entry space located above her/his start spaces. The player then takes another turn. On this bonus turn, the player may move the same mover or any of his or her other movers that are already on the maze path. All movers must move clockwise around the board unless otherwise instructed by the maze cards. Throughout the game, the pop of a 6 may be used to either move a new plan piece into the play or to move a plan piece that is already on the path. 

A pop of 6 always gives that play another bonus turn. If a mover ends on a space occupied by an opponent, the opponent must return his/her playing piece to start. This mover can only be brought back into play with a pop of 6. If a mover ends on a space occupied by one of that player’s own movers, she/he must pop again for a different number, even if this is a disadvantage. If a mover lands on a draw space, the player must draw a maze card from the draw pile and follow the instructions listed on the card. The player then discards the maids' card in a discard pile. Once a mover has gone around the entire board again then moved into its home path. Opponent’s movers are not permitted on this path. Players must pop the exact number needed in order to move into the home. The winner of the game has is the first player to get all his/her playing pieces home. The box contains Plastic Popper game board with the enclosed die, 16 Movers, 48 Maze Cards, and complete Instructions.
My Opinion: I am a big Harry Potter fan in this game reminded me so much of my childhood game trouble. Is so much fun to play and great to bring families together to bond with something other than an electronic.
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