During the holiday season I spend a lot of time with my children and family games. Some game come more often on the table like Zooloretto Dice-game a quickly entertaining dices game for young children and even a short filler at a game night. The Artwork is attractive and friendly and a small box always fits in the suitcase on a holiday trip.
The game has the basic Zooloretto game play – on a turn the player add to the offerings on display, or take one set of offerings – and replaces the cards with dice so that you'll never know which animals will pop up for you to take. Each player has her own score-sheet, which represents her zoo, with space for five types of animals: one crocodile, two ostriches, up to five lions. The score sheet also has space to collect coins and barns for animals that don't fit in the appropriate pens.
The game ends once a player has filled all her animal pens or has space in only one pen. Players score one point for each animal and any bonus points they received; they lose two points for each barn ticked off, but for each group of coins collected, one penalty can be ignored. (Alternatively, coin groups are worth one point.) The player with the highest score wins!
A Big holiday Hit!
Out of the Box
After taking you new animals your are scoring you points and filling you Zoo
Planning tactics during a siesta