Be the first to collect all your treasures by shifting the walls of the labyrinth to create a clear path. Players take turns to search the Labyrinth for their magical objects and characters by carefully moving through the constantly changing maze. The treasure cards are divided between the players, without revealing them to the other players. The maze cards are randomly placed on the playing board and the first player uses the extra card to start moving the first wall. It is up to you to strategically move the walls so you can collect your treasures, but block the path for the other players. Suitable for ages 8 and up, this game is full of magical and addictive family fun. This 25th Anniversary Edition of the game comes packaged in a high-quality and stylish tin.
For 1-4 players
Play time: 30 minutes
Contents: 1 game board, 34 maze cards, 24 treasure cards, 4 playing pieces, Instructions
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Susanna - Stafford, TX
nice game! my friend's 5 yr old wanted to play and we were still trying to figure out the instructions - he got really frustrated and had a mini meltdown but once his mom showed him and I worked with him he suddenly 'got it' and happily busied himself showing off his skills in a solo game. The instructions aren't really that hard except it mentions each player drawing a card from his stack yet doesn't say how many cards we get - if we deal all or a set number - will have to look that up online but for the kid(who's really younger than the recommended age of 7) I think they may play it just the mom and kid or maybe do a group effort type variation. I had to order another game for myself since I gave mine to him - I bought it for myself so I could practice my skills in this area - I've never been too good at spacial reasoning so I may play some 'solo games' myself! seems to be well - made - every other row horizontaly and vertically can move - the others are stationary. also the pieces don't always slide easily - sometimes a corner might touch another from the little bit of wiggle room- easily fixed and the little guy caught on and seemed to enjoy straightening them.I think if it were just adults or older kids playing the problem wouldn't be so bad but little dude likes to move around and bump stuff a lot :-)