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Product is amazing and such a fun game to play this game will make it into regular rotation for sure. Only 4 stars as it was packaged poorly and the game box had some decent damage to one corner open getting it which is a shame.
This is a great family game. Mum Dad & 7year old play it very often and it’s always fun because the maze is always changing, and you can make things difficult for each other or you can help each other. It’s great.
I am not usually big on board games, I enjoyed Monopoly Empire as it is really easy to pick up and play and taking over your opponents brands trying to win is quite satisfying. I am always on the look out for decent board games especially for the darker nights / Christmas time. 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...