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Posted 12/31/2007 by Valerie McEnroe
Although entertaining, it hasn't grabbed my 8 year old son like I thought it would. The game takes longer than his attention can handle. When my husband and I play, it always ends because one of us isn't paying attention. We have yet to see the game to the point where a player creates a trap that the other player sees and can't do anything about. The most annoying part is that you can't remember what is under the top piece. If you touch the top piece, you must move it and that could undercover a piece that causes the opponent to win. I would rather play chess for this kind of strategic game. For family games we prefer ones that allow everyone to have an equal chance to win. I don't like playing games where I have to make bad moves on purpose in order for my kids to win sometimes.