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Living Labyrinth is a fun, light-hearted race through an ever-changing maze of garden tiles. Players hurry to be the first to cross the maze and reach their goal, all the while moving pathways, changing the maze, and even moving the victory goals. Should you race ahead at full speed? Should you delay to spend precious time cutting off your fellow players? Only one player will succeed and escape the Living Labyrinth!
With rules that can be taught in less than five minutes, Living Labyrinth is an ideal game for families and children of all ages. The action cards give players a handful of simple tactical options, and the double-sided tiles ensure that the maze is never the same twice. Each turn is easy and fast -- but strategic -- making Living Labyrinth a great board game to teach new and young players. Living Labyrinth also gives them a fast introduction to strategy in a fun, colorful package.
Finish a game in fifteen minutes, and then play again and again for the whole evening. Each game is different, with new mazes, new cards, and new strategies. Don't expect the same plan to work in every game, because the ground under your feet is ever-changing!
How to Play
Shuffle the 25 game tiles and spread them out in a 5x5 grid, adding the Goal tiles to the edges of the board. Each player takes a character pawn and places it on the opposite side of the maze from their colored Goal. The first player to get to their own goal wins!
On your turn, follow these steps:
- You can play 1 Action Card.
- You must move one space along an open path, even if the only possible move is backwards.
- If you did not play an Action Card in step 1, you can play up to 2 Action Cards.
- Draw cards from the Action Card deck until you have 4 cards in your hand.
Average Rating: 3 in 1 review
Good game ! The game is tiles with parts of paths on them. The tiles have to be moved to make the path connect, so you can move to the next tile. You have to create a path from start to finish, using the cards in your hand. While you are building your path, your opponent is building theirs, and disrupting, or changing your path.
The bad thing about this game, is the instructions are horrible! So, we have established our own way of playing, and it has been fun. Simple enough for my 5 year old to learn, yet hard enough. I rarely win!