Lego Creationary, the new board game from Lego, will get your kids imaginations flying.
The rules of this game are very simple. Each game comes with a Lego Dice which determines what each player needs to build. The dice identifies different categories for which each player will need to build a specific item for.
These categories include vehicles, buildings, and nature amongst others. Once you know which category you need to build an item for, there are category-specific cards which will indicate what item you need to build.
Other players will know what category you have, but will not know what you are supposed to build. Their goal will be to guess what item you are building.
The recommended game ages for the game are 7 and up, however it’s likely that all members of the family will enjoy playing.
The game comes with 338 Lego pieces allowing for 3-8 players to play against each other. You can expect each game to last between 30 and 60 minutes.
If you ever feel that Lego Creationary is becoming too easy, you can easily change the rules and restrict how many/what type of pieces each person is allowed to use to build their item. This keeps the game challenging and refreshing to play every time.
In an age where computer games are dominating the market, it’s great to see a new board game with a hands-on approach that encourages creativity.
This is a great board game that will help stimulate your child’s imagination, and get their creative juices flowing. While kids will undoubtedly love the game, all other members of the family are bound to find lots of joy while playing along. If you want a great game for your family this Christmas, look no further than Lego Creationary.
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