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Enter the dragons' lair! Snap together dragons of all shapes and sizes in this game of strategy and suspense. The longer the dragon, the higher your score. Rack up big points when you ally with a tiger. But watch where you connect your tiles--the game can change in a snap! From simple matching to strategic thinking, it's "lairs" of fun with four games in one.
- 36 Game Tiles
- 1 Score Pad
- 1 Pencil
- Rules of Play
Average Rating: 4 in 4 reviews
I bought this game thinking of my younger children
ages 8 and 5. After the purchase however I found it to be a great game for older children as well. My 12 year old loves it! Its a great family game! I enjoy playing it as much as the kids and I do get beat fair in square sometimes! There are 4 versions of the game so it can be played with varying degress of difficulty. The hardest version is written for 10 and older, however my 8 year old picked up on that version pretty fast.
Both my 7 year old boy and 10 year old girl LOVE to play SNAP! (and so do their friends)...I'm on-line now ordering it for a birthday party. Parents also enjoy this pretty challenging game--there are several levels at which you can play, so you can tailor the game to make it gradually more difficult. It's great for the whole family!
This game shares a lot of the same positive attributes as the tile game Labyrinth, which I recently reviewed.
Easy to learn, no reading required, luck in the tile-draw, but skill required to make a good match. Playing tiles are above-average quality. Portable. Lots of player interaction if played cooperatively.
In our home we play a very cooperative game. In fact, I'm not even sure if we're playing by any of the rule sets provided.
This is a nice, light game that requires kids to think. They have to be patient and explore their options.
Like the tile-laying game Labyrinth, I highly recommend this game for families with young children. (Our kids are now 9 and we've been playing it with them for the past 3 years.)
Had they bothered designing it so that the dragons line up more often it might have been good. But it just ends up being a search to see if there are ANY valid moves open.