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Juego de Cartas Uno Muu
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Uno muu Juego de cartas. Hay que regresar los animales a la granja Ordénalos por tipo de animal o bien por color. ¿Acaso hay un cerdo azul en el techo? Busca su par ya sea con otro animal azul o un cerdo de cualquier color O bien usa una figura de granjero es comodín , así que hace juego con cualquiera El primer jugador que regrese a la granja con todas sus figuras ganará el juego Incluye 28 figuras de animales y granjeros.
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You can allow your little one to win by placing the appropriate color or animal type to ensure they can discard their's; however, they will never know you are helping them win...if you are sneaky. I enjoy the game and on my busy schedule it allows some sit down time with my son that isn't Monopoly long to finish.
That said, there are flaws with this game. It's hard to "hide" your animals from another player with the included materials unless you are all sitting around a table. My little guy and I usually plop down on the floor, so I don't even use the haystacks (also, they are made of cardboard, which my son is likely to destroy). If you are serious about the game, though, you can find ways to make it work. Using a folder - like the ones they sell in the school supplies aisle - would probably do the trick. Also, its very tempting to look at the animals when you are picking them out of the barn. Again, if you are playing the game seriously (and not just using it to help your child learn about colors, taking turns, etc), try putting the animals in a bag and reaching in to pick them out. That sounds like a lot of extra work to make a game work right, and it probably is. But, bottom line, my son really likes this. So, I feel like it was a good purchase overall.
*Fun pieces that will hold the attention of little ones
*Good way to improve matching skills and color recognition
*Knocking the animals into the barn is a bit hit with my active little guy
*Flimsy haystacks that don't really serve any purpose
*Easy to "cheat" and pick animals that you want/need
*Good first game, but probably won't hold the interest of a child who is experienced with board games.
The parts are made of a durable plastic that I suspect will last a long time. The barn provides excellent storage and wards off the potential for missing pieces.
Since this is her first game ever, she does require some coaching. It is very simple, though, in that the child is just matching the color or animal. Explaining the use of the wild "card" is tricky. Also, the skunks are supposed to be draw 2s, but I think that's too advanced right now.
Definitely a keeper. :)