- Age range: 10 and up / Number of players: 2 to 6 / Play time: 30
- Manufacturer: Z-Man Games
- 66 cards numbered 0-10 in six colors, with each color featuring a different character and scene:, Blue - Alice, Purple - Dodo, Orange - Cheshire Cat, White - The White Rabbit, Green - Humpty Dumpty, Red - The Mad Hatter, Rules
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Alice in Wonderland theme, For 2-6 players, Takes about 30 minutes to play
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And you wouldn't want to do it anyway, because part of the appeal here is the magnificent Alice in Wonderland themed art, which is quite beautiful. Even the box is attractive -- you may not be able to tell from the photos here, but that light grey color on the box is actually metallic silver, and it's really impressive to look at.
Parade is just one of a series of small-box traditional style card games from Z-Man -- you may also want to check out Arboretum, Chimera, and Black Spy -- but Parade may very well be the best of them all.
The dynamics of the game set up the strategic considerations. For example, it might be better to capture the cards that give you all of the suits to end the game on the spot, if your opponents have more points than you. If you have high cards in a suit, it might be a consideration to take in the majority of the suit, if possible, to reduce the count to 1 point per card. I have played games where the difference between winning and losing has been only 1 or 2 points. A couple of right, or wrong, decisions concerning which card to play can make a difference in the outcome. That's exciting card play.
It's a very simple game that can be pretty easily explained, plays quickly, and presents each player interesting tactical puzzles on every turn. Definitely a good game to get as a filler between longer board games or if you just want to play something quick.