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Mille Bornes

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Ages Play Time Players
8+ 25-45 minutes 2, 3, 4 or 6

Designer(s): Edmond Dujardin

Publisher(s): Winning Moves USA

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Product Description

Race across France earning mileage points, overcoming traffic hazards and sabotaging your opponents.

Product Information


  • 112 cards
  • 1 card tray
  • score sheet
  • rules

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4 in 15 reviews

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by The Gannons
Love this game!
January 18, 2009

We love to play this... J played it when she was a kid and searched hi and low for it about 10 years ago... paid a fortune on Ebay! Glad to see it's been re-released for a new generation. Easy to learn, we frequently pull it out for guests and they are racing in no time!

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.
Should it feel good to be a jerk?
August 16, 2005

Well, when you play Mille Bornes, it does. This is another classic that was made so well I can't resist bringing it out again for occasional play.

What makes Mille Bornes fun for me? Being mean! I could put 700 miles on my trip in a matter of 5 turns and still not have as much fun as that one turn when I give my opponent a flat tire. But oh the bitter taste of defeat, when they pull out those amazing puncture-proof tires and score a massive bonus off of your attack.

Mille Bornes plays well as an individual or team game (not many games can claim that). Of course, there is an element of luck involved (you may never draw the card you desperately need), but that is reduced by playing teams. Often your partner will have the cards that you don't.

I recommend Mille Bornes as a fun casual game amongst friends or family who don't get upset too easily. (The last thing you want is to ruin a friendship because a sensitive person can't get over the fact that you kept putting them in an accident and they never got repairs.) If you never played this game, and you like card games, Mille Bornes is one classic game that is an absolute must.

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Childhood memory...
January 19, 2004

We had this game (in French) at my grandmother's house when I was a child, and it's great to see it back! Too bad they didn't keep the old art, but oh well... still a very fun game. Pick it up if you like a fun, competitive card game with enough chance to keep it fun over and over again.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.

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