Fairytale Spinner Game
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Skills: Develops patience, social, and simple skills
Players: 2 to 4 players
Includes: 4 Heroes, 4 Rivals, 4 Helpers, 4 Magical Objects, 4 Means of Transport, 4 Treasures, 4 Fairytale Places, 4 10" x 10" Boards
Box Dimensions: 9.5" x 9.5" x 1.5"
Illustrator: Lizzy Rockwell
Awards: Winner of the Oppenheim Platinum Best Toy Award
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“I love the added story-telling element! Getting a few more minutes and some added play out of anything is essential!” - Lynnette, Production Associate
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This is my four year old daughter's favorite board game. We always both tell stories and trade some of the characters/objects/places/etc. The folklore/fairy tale formula provides a perfect structure for creativity. I definitely subvert things a bit and sometimes have, say, the ogre as a hero.
Also, another commenter mentioned wanting more characters/settings. We wanted that too, so we modded it and made some of our own (which was also hours of fun). Now we have a lot more game play elements to add to our stories!
My older kids girl (7) and boy (6) absolutely love this game!!! Just wish there were more backgrounds and characters to buy
My six year old son and almost eight year old daughter really enjoy this game. So much so they have taken to creating stories beyond playing by the instructions. They use the boards and pieces to make shows. The game is simple to play and doesn't monopolize time. We actually play until each player gets their turn to tell a story.