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Rivers, Roads & Rails- An Ever-Changing Match Game

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Rivers, Roads & Rails - An Ever-Changing Match Game
Product Description

MATCH THE MAP

There are a ton of games out there that help your tykes learn to employ great tactics that will earn them the win. Some can be pretty complicated, though, and the younger crowd definitely wants in on the fun.

You don't need to figure out a route to help your kiddos figure out how to play because we've got an update to a classic game that will get them there all on their own and learn all about the glory of alternate and house rules! 

FUN DETAILS

Help your little game-players join the next generation of tabletop games with Rivers, Roads, and Rails! This game includes a ton of unique tiles that are artfully crafted to represent segments of a simulated city. Each character starts with ten tiles and draws a new one at the start of their turn. You'll select one of your tiles to match up on your growing cityscape, ensuring that everything lines up. When all tiles are drawn, the last moments are upon you. Keep playing tiles until none of them can be placed. The winner is the player with the fewest cards left over! 

ROUTE THE RULES

Construct an amazing city of rivers, roads, and railways! And, when you and your kids have mastered that, switch up to a new rule set and build even more interesting cities as they develop new tactics and strategies to win.

$16.99
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Items Included
  • 140 Tiles
  • Instructions
Product Highlights
  • Rivers, Roads & Rails- An Ever-Changing Match Game
  • Tiles are made from heavy duty cardboard w/ sticker tops
  • For up to 8 players age 5+
Size Chart
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Standard One Size For players age 5+ For players age 5+
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