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Michael Daumen
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Anyone care to express whether younger players might be able to figure this game out?
 
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My youngest son had no problem winning his share of games when he was 9 - and we were using German edition (Traumfabrik).
 
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I think kids should be able to do fairly well with this one.
 
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You didn't give the ages of your kids, but the big question is: Do they understand the concept of bidding? I would think most kids 10 and up could definitely play. Below that age would simply be a matter of knowing if the child knows how an auction works and could compete effectively against others in auction situations. I would think in most cases kids as young as 8 could play, but only you know your own children. Overall great game.

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Just as an aside to my original question, my 8yo loved the game.
 
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Woot! My vague non-committal advice was correct!
 
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I had a really fun time playing this with my FOUR-YEAR-OLD. Granted, she lost , but we had a good time and it kept her interest all the way through. She liked the pictures, could play without having to read, and it was good practice for her counting and math. Also, using my paste-ups, I could teach her a bit about classic cinema.

When she asked if we could play, I thought she would be bored to tears and I tried to talk her into something else, but she insisted, and we had a great time.

 
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