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Peaceable Kingdom

Peaceable Kingdom Race to the Treasure! Beat the Ogre Cooperative Game for Kids

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  • WE WIN TOGETHER: Build a path with your team and collect 3 keys on a race to beat ogre to the treasure! It's a game where everyone plays together, no one is left out, and everybody has fun!
  • FUN CHALLENGE: Kids love working together to beat the ogre. Players strategize, cooperate & build the path together. Building onto a path encourages kids to think 2 steps ahead & examine options.
  • BENEFITS:Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
  • HOW TO PLAY: Beat the ogre to the treasure by creating a path from START to END. Along the way collect 3 keys to open the treasure. If players do it before the ogre gets there, they all win!
  • WHO CAN PLAY: For 2-4 players ages 5 and older. Approximate game time is 20 minutes. Includes: 1 game board, 1 pair of dice, 37 game cards, 4 key tokens, 1 Ogre snack and instructions. (Ages 5 and up)

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The problem with kids games is that they are usually boring for the adultI'm a gamer (own over 200 games) and have been trying to get my 5 year old daughter into games. The problem with kids games is that they are usually boring for the adult. Anyway, this game looked very appealing at first, because you must build paths to collect 3 keys and then make it to the finish line before the ogre gets there. Every time you play, the paths you build are different, because (a) the tiles you draw are random and (b) you must collect 3 keys, which are randomly placed at the start of the game. Anyway, you advance the ogre anytime you draw an ogre tile. The problem is, the ogre tiles are shuffled into the path tiles, so its completely random how many ogres you will draw. We played 1 game where we easily won because we didn't draw many ogres. Then we played another game where we lost horribly because we drew way too many ogres. But that randomness doesn't make the game more fun, because your decisions don't affect when you will draw an ogre. Its not like the ogre advances due to you making a good/bad decision. He just randomly advances. There is only a little strategy, because you will ALWAYS try to form paths to get to the keys and then get to the finish line. The board isn't big enough to really punish you for making a poor path placement, so it ultimately comes down to your luck of drawing ogre tiles. My 5 year old daughter enjoys it, but its just too simple. If your kid enjoys the simplicity of games like "Snug as a Bug in a Rug" and "Dinosaur Escape" then they will probably like this game. Otherwise, I would go with something else. I doubt this game would hold the attention of a 6+ year old for very long. 3This game is great! It's got trace elements of Dungeons & Dragons, so fans of that game will love this for their children.I purchased this as a last minute gift for my 3-1/2-year-old niece. I warned that it might be just a bit too much for her, given her age and what others have said. But she absolutely LOVES IT! It's at my parents' house, and whenever she goes over there she plays it multiple times. She went five games in a row one day, only stopping because it was time for lunch.I'm a huge fan (and player/DM) of Dungeons & Dragons, and I can honestly say this game is like that at it's core element. That is, all the players work together to accomplish the goal. You either win as a team or lose as a team, but it's about the experience of working together. This game is great for any child and adult to play. But if you're a fan of D&D or other similar tabletop games, you'll definitely enjoy this. And hey, it's never too early to start prepping the little ones.Tip: There are eight Ogres in this box. They are represented as cards. But if you search other sites, you can probably find 8 Ogre miniatures that you can put on top of the cards. It makes it that much more enjoyable for the little ones! I suggest auction sites as buying a bulk of 8 might be cheaper there than specialized hobby websites. For example, I was able to purchase two sets of four Ogre miniatures from the Pathfinder Battles: Rise of the Runelord set on a popular auction website. I paid $50 for the 8 total pieces, which worked out to be $6.25 each. But according to the prices on the more popular websites for buying/selling miniatures, they were valued at $9-$10 a piece. So I saved some money there. Again, still rather expensive, especially or a $15 children's game. But if you can swing it then I feel it's worth it. 5Awesome for kids who hate to lose :)I bought this based on the reviews and it didn't disappoint!My 4.5 years old is a sore loser, when we play ladders and snakes he always tries to cheap to go up the tallest ladder and win.With this game there are no real losers.It's a team vs the ogres (cards) if you pick an ogre they advance, if you puck a path piece you and your team have to decide together where is the best place to put it to collect the keys and get to the treasure the fastest way.My son hasn't tried to cheat yet and he didn't get upset if the ogres won!Loved it. We just got it today so I don't know if this us going to be his go to game but will try to update later on.Box says 5+ but 4.5 is just fine considering it's a team game.Hope this helps 5My kids enjoy this gameWe really like Peaceable Kingdom cooperative games. This one has a fun theme to it. My kids like that it's easy enough that they can play on their own without help. I gave it four instead of five stars because it's just not challenging enough for me to enjoy playing with them. That might sound silly, but I think a five star game should be good enough to be enjoyed by the parents too...at least a parent like me who really likes to play games. My favorite Peaceable Kingdom game so far is Cauldron Quest. There is a bit more challenge to it- more excitement and risk with the dice rolling than this one. But I'm happy with the purchase and am glad to have another cooperative game that my kids can play together on their own. 4Great lesson to be learned from this gameMy family loves this game and it's great for collaboration. I hated that my 5 year old was getting so competitive over board games where one player wins and the others lose. We love to play games as a family but really wanted to teach her the value of working as a team towards a common goal before she started kindergarten. I thought one of the ways to teach this would be through our family game nights. I ordered this game and a few others that had some good reviews and this one quickly became a family favorite. I love how you can choose where to place the pieces in order to create a new challenge every time. This is perfect for ages 4-5 and up and really great for teaching players that sometimes it takes a team effort. I had never seen this game in stores or heard of it before doing an amazon search for "collaborative family games" but it's definitely worth buying. We have even given it out to friends children as birthday gifts. 5Great Game For Little Kids!!!really great game for kids mine are now 7 and 8 super easy even younger kids can be included plus its a cooperation game so no feelings get hurt everything is high quality the pieces are made of a thick cardboard so it will last a long time the dice are really nice and made out of wood. Even the box is really strong and high quality you don't have to worry about it falling apart or loosing game pieces. 5Great for families with kids 4-10Fun family game and great for including kids as young as 5. Our two year old just played with the dice while we played the game (the dice are only needed for initial setup). The materials used are of a good quality and everything about it is great.It's a bit of a chance game, in that you're drawing tiles at random hoping to get ones that let you build the path you need to build, but there's still some strategy in how to place those tiles to keep your options so you don't get screwed by getting a straight path when you need a bend.Perhaps I should explain the game a bit.The board is set up like a grid, the players work as a team to build a path of tiles that start at the top left and end at the bottom right. Along the way, the players must pickup 3 out of 4 keys that are placed randomly before play begins. The game is played by each player taking turns drawing tiles and placing them on the board on a space adjacent to the tiles that have already been played. Tiles are either straight, 90 degree bends, t-intersections or troll tiles (that advance the troll). The players must collect the keys and complete their path before the troll reaches the end space. The troll begins at the top right, and advances one space down the right side of the board for each troll tile pulled.Believe it or not, it's not as easy as it sounds. You do have to use some strategy in how you build your path to maximize your chances of getting the keys you need and building your path to the end.My 8 year old seemed to enjoy the game, the 2 year old definitely wasn't ready for it yet. Hopefully the older one will still find it interesting when the younger one is finally old enough to play, though I'm not sure if this will hold the interests of a kid in middle school or high school.Update: 2 years later this is one of the best games we have that both the (now) 4 and 10 year old can play together. The pieces have held up perfectly, it really still looks brand new. I came across this when looking for more games by this company and decided to give an update since it has been such a great game for us :) 5Great Cooperative Family Game!We love the Peaceable Kingdown cooperative games. The kids enjoy them too, because we play as a family against the game (as opposed to each player against each other). This is a really cute game where the players have to reach the treasure before the ogres do. If you pick an ogre card, the ogres benefit. If you pick a pathway card, it leads you that much closer to the treasure. Throw in some keys you have to pick up along the way, as well as ogre snacks, and it adds to the "complexity" of the game in a very fun way. I recommend this family fun game. My 4 and 6 year old love it. So do mom and dad. I also recommend Hoot Hoot Owl. 5Simple, fun, and quick game with simple high quality components.I like board games a lot, and find myself playing as many as I can with my four year old son. I particularly like games which are really quick and easy to get out, set up, and put away. This game definitely does that. A whole game can also be played in 10-20min.The premise behind Race to the treasure is simple. You have a board with a grid, and a little pile tiles. The tiles either have an ogre, or a path. The game is won if you've drawn enough paths to get from one corner of the board, collecting three randomly placed key tokens in the process. Conversely, if you draw too many ogre cards, you lose.The game and components seem like a premise that you could have come up with an home and made out of paper. However, the components in the game box are all wonderfully colored with great artwork, high quality, and sourced from all renewable materials. I thought that was pretty cool.Because the game is so simple, it's easy to get out and play a quick match. Gameplay being the way it is, this also makes a decent one player game, and my son has even gotten it out and played by himself a couple times. Including this morning when he was ready to play right out of bed... early... before I had coffee. So thanks to the game for that!Given reasonable price on the game, it is highly recommended. Four stars instead of five? There is no crossroads tile for some reason (+) and there should be. A larger game board might have increased the challenge a bit, and a few more gameplay mechanics would've been nice. I was torn between four and five though. You should still buy this game. 4Nice change of pace from competitive games - REALLY fun variation we came up with! Highly recommend this game to everyone!I am a social worker by trade and I've worked a long time in child development. My background combined with the cooperative aspect of this game is what drew me to this game. Almost all games available it seems are competitive. Granted there is a time and a place for that and competitive games are not inherently bad - but cooperative games aren't generally pushed as much as competitive games and are fewer and farther between. My boys are 4 1/2 and 9 1/2 and both LOVE this game. We have played it with other friends and family members (both kids and adults) and everyone enjoys it. We added a variation to it that seems to make it even more fun in our opinion - whomever draws an ogre card gets the treat of making whatever ogre noise they can come up with (no matter how loud, silly or crazy). I would recommend this game to anyone who has kids who are preschool to elementary school age. It's nice to have a game where individuals aren't complaining about who won or got what or if it was fair or not. My kids have handled "losing" the game to the ogre quite well. It's much easier for them to lose to an ogre as a team than to each other. My kids have a tendency to be competitive in general so I like that this game does not emphasize that quality - nice change of pace. 5
Peaceable Kingdom Race to the Treasure! Beat the Ogre Cooperative Game for Kids

Peaceable Kingdom Race to the Treasure! Beat the Ogre Cooperative Game for Kids

4.7
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Regular price
HK$ 500.00
Sale price
HK$ 500.00
Regular price
HK$ 826.00
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per 
Save 39% (HK$ 326.00)