Summary: I like the sorry slidders and battleship the most. Yahtzee, boggle, connect four, and sorry come up next. I like the different ways to play and I like the options such as the theme, unlocking different things for your room, and, of course, our favourite little take-apart guy, Mr. Potato head and his jetpack! overall its OK.
Summary: My husband and I bought this game for our daughters for christmas and have thoroughly enjoyed playing along with them. Our 8 year old has an easier time understanding than our 5 year old, but they both have enjoyed playing Sorry and Connect Four the most. My husband and I have enjoyed playing against each other on Battleship. The graphics are above average, even for all the moving about the screen seems to be doing all the time and Mr. Potato Head floating around.
Summary: Here, Hasbro offers not one but six games. In Connect Four, you need to link four chips horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win. Battleship is the strategy cum guessing game where opponents pinpoint ship positions on a grid and Yahtzee is a dice-scoring game. In Sorry!, players have to move all their four tokens to the end point and all four are faithfully replicated.
Summary: This game is pretty cool. It takes some time to get used to the controls as with any game, but once it has been figured out it's a lot of fun! Our 2 year old and 5 year old love the Sorry Sliders game...so do our parents. It truly is a family fun night. The Battleship game is as real as if you were playing with the board game. The Sorry game we're still figuring out...a little bit harder on the controls.
Summary: Bought s a xmas pressie so not yet used but it looks fun & had good reviews. I'm hoping it lives up to my expectations as kids are currently bored with the wii games they have. Hoping this is something different for them.