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Subject: On the fence - is it a good family game? rss

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Gut Shot Games
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I like card drafting, I like the theme, the components look great, I love the designer but I'm just not seeing much. Does anyone know how it plays with kids (10) & families?
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Dirk Meijlof
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Played about 5 or 6 games with different people (both experienced and unexperienced gamers)and everybody liked it. It is easy to learn, the art is appealing and it plays rather fast because of clearly boxed fases. I think it will play great with kids if the kids play games more often. It will help I think if the kids are a little familiar with drafting. Not necessarily, but you could Sushi Go! first and then go to Treasure Hunter. I'm sure they (and you) will enjoy!

Oh, and the quality of the components is top notch and kids proof
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Tahsin Shamma
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Dirk_M wrote:
Played about 5 or 6 games with different people (both experienced and unexperienced gamers)and everybody liked it. It is easy to learn, the art is appealing and it plays rather fast because of clearly boxed fases. I think it will play great with kids if the kids play games more often. It will help I think if the kids are a little familiar with drafting. Not necessarily, but you could Sushi Go! first and then go to Treasure Hunter. I'm sure they (and you) will enjoy!

Oh, and the quality of the components is top notch and kids proof
For kids, the one thing you want to be sure of is that they can do some math in their head. Figuring out the total of your cards and what you might want to keep from the current hand in the draft can be tricky.
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