Ravensburger 26448 The Amazing Labyrinth Board Game,Games & Craft
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- Gain the advantage over the other players by inserting the extra tile to move walls and open passages of the Labyrinth
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Gain The Advantage Over The Other Players By Inserting The Extra Tile To Move Walls And Open Passages Of The Labyrinth,Learn Cause And Effect, Planning, Association, Recognition, And Taking Turns,Contents: Playing Board, 34 Maze Cards, 24 Treasure Cards, 4 Playing Pieces,Ages 8 And Up,Playing Time: 20 - 30 Minutes, Number Of Players : 2 - 4.
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A Treasure Hunting Adventure Awaits
Get lost in a maze of fun with the Ravensburger Labyrinth! This fantastical labyrinth board game features a cast of mythical characters including a dragon, a princess, a ghost, a genie, and flying creatures like bats and owls.
Designed for ages eight and up, this four-player adventure is an action-packed game of mystery that’s ideal for sleepovers, family game nights, and anytime kids feel like playing in a land of strategy and imagination. Players must find all of their objects and characters while moving carefully through the constantly changing maze, and be the first to make it back to the starting square to win.
What''s in the Box
At a Glance:
- Treasure hunting game with mythical maze
- Includes characters like dragons and princesses
- Teaches strategy and planning
- Designed for up to 4 players
- Age Requirement: 8+ (or play alternate version with younger children)
Teaches Planning, Recognition, and Taking Turns
The Ravensburger Labyrinth involves navigating traps and shifting walls in a race for treasure, helping teach children skills like cause-and-effect, strategic planning, and how to take turns with other players. Like in a game of chess, players must plan ahead to gain advantage over other players and collect all their treasures. The game also teaches recognition, as players must try to get to the square that matches the picture on their top card with every turn.
Surprise at Every Turn with Shifting Maze
With its pathways always moving and changing, the labyrinth keeps players constantly on their toes. For each turn, a player chooses one of the twelve arrows along the edge of the board and inserts a maze card, which pushes out a corresponding maze card at the opposite end. The player then moves as far as possible along the open pathway--sometimes forcing other players to relocate on the board for playful competition.
For Ages Eight and Up
The Ravensburger Labyrinth is appropriate for ages eight and up and designed to be played by up to four players, so kids can play with their friends, or you can all enjoy playing as a family. There is also a great alternative version for play with younger children, where the players can look at their cards before starting the game to make it easier for the younger treasure hunters in the family.
Ravensburger has been connecting generations for generations. A family company since 1883, Ravensburger offers high-quality, age-appropriate games, puzzles, arts and crafts, and science activity kits that foster enjoyment, education, and family togetherness. Ravensburger is dedicated to the philosophy that starting children off early by stimulating their minds and hands helps not only develop fine motor, artistic, and exploring skills but also fosters a sense of accomplishment.
Ravensburger offers one of the most diverse collections of games around and is always creating innovative new games that are high in educational value and entertaining for various ages & abilities. Many games can be learned quickly, allowing kids to have a better chance of winning. They have won multiple awards over the years like Parent’s Choice Foundation, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio & Family Fun.
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I came across Labyrinth, was on sale at half price and already had good reviews so I went ahead and ordered it. Delivery came pretty quick ( Prime member), opened the box and checked all the parts / cards were there. I was pleased to see a single sheet of A4 rules! On reading it seemed quite straight forward, my teenage daughters and I played and found it very entertaining, the fact that the board - as a maze - can change on each turn by putting in the extra maze piece in the marked areas and pushing the whole row of maze pieces along really does add a good dimension compared to regular board games - you can greatly help yourself or hinder others when trying to get your treasures. There are no dice - just prepare the board with the maze pieces - deal out the treasure cards ( don't show others these cards unless having a practice; ) - you have to then move the maze on your turn - then either choose to move ( or not move ) your character piece as far as you like as long as there is a clear path - or until you reach your treasure piece....on doing this you then turn over your next treasure card and wait your turn to again move the maze and then your playing piece as required. There is strategy to a point, and moving your piece off the board one side and as in the rules place it the opposite side before moving means you can get to the other side of the board then make your move. Some luck can come your way as well as not - as its funny when you think you are nearly at your treasure and then the player before you then moves the maze and the game changes completely!
This is well worth a go - I think we'll certainly be breaking this game out more than others we have ( apart from "grab a pig" or stinky pig which are great, quick easy games for a good giggle!!). I hope I have given a fair idea of how this game plays...and if you can get it for the £12 I paid then why not give it a go...the board / cards and pieces are decent enough quality - i would highly recommend...
Game board has some fixed tiles to act as a guideline for the labyrinth.
The labyrinth tiles are nice and thick so are sturdy and have a decent finish.
Artwork is ok, nothing fabulous but looks good enough.
Playing cards (treasure cards) are not the best I've ever seen but are functional and are clear.
Character pieces are each unique (suspiciously look like famous wizards) and are coloured differently, red, blue, yellow and green.
Insert tray holds all contents nicely.
All the rules are on a double-sided coloured page, includes a basic variant rule for youngsters too.
Look at your treasure card and try to retrieve the treasure on it, but beware the labyrinth will change to slow your search, can you collect all your treasure first?
The game plays, quite simply, in 2 rounds per player turn.
1, Play the loose labyrinth tile and collect the displaced tile.
2, Move your character to a treasure or around the labyrinth.
These rules are easy to teach and learn, but the game itself does encourage prior planning and basic tactics.
I'd say that it's not suitable for very young children but those around 7/8 (perhaps a year or two younger) onwards will likely enjoy the game itself.
The only drawback I've found is that you can get stuck trying to get a treasure, this is more likely to happen with higher player counts, but otherwise it's quite straightforward and is enjoyable.
Overall I'd say this is a very good family friendly boardgame.
The moving board is interesting, especially for young players, but as mentioned before can be a little frustrating.
Happy to have it in my collection and hope to use ot for years to come.
I enjoyed this game both as a young child of 8 and an adult of 30.
- Takes a while to understand you can only push certain lines(due to fixes pieces on the board). There are yellow arrows for the lines you can push.
- Maximum of four players; though you can team up if you have more.
- Similar to chess, you have to rethink your move each time due to the other players making moves.
- You can play this over and over due to the endless possibilities of moves
- Is an easy game to understand, once you explain it once.
- Even you can't predict what your next move is going to be as you do not see which your next target is until you get the current card you have (which no one else knows).
- You can play this with only one other person if you want.
Overall, this is a really fun game and a classic. It can vary in length it takes to play depending on the complexity of the board and movements, so you really never know how long it is going to take.
The reality though we all found pretty tedious. The gameplay consists of just turning tiles around to alter the maze in your favour and/or thwart opponents. That's it. No depth to it at all.
The veneer of interest in the treasure hunting theme soon wears thin and the strategy element isn't especially fun or satisfying even when you do reach a target and win a card - there are so many of them that when you do it's ho-hum onto the next one. It manages to be irritatingly frustrating at times and boringly easy at others.
It only got a couple of outings before we shifted it on Facebook.
A real winner in our house!
We’ve had this game since Christmas and have only got around to playing it last night... it has been requested again for tonight so I would say it’s a hit. An original and enjoyable game.