We took the game with us camping, and had a fun time playing it. My whole family, and friends of all ages had a fun time! I love that it’s a game of just having fun, but also a teaching tool. This would be great for families with young ones, that they wanted to teach specific shapes, or colors, too. What’s better than having fun while learning, and not knowing that you’re actually doing some homework?
I would definitely recommend this game to any age. It’s fun with just 2 players, or with a large group, playing as teams. Let me know in the comments a time when you might like to play it, and who you think would like it the most.
About the Drop It! Game:
This colorful, inventive family game is easy to learn but deceptively mind-boggling! One at a time, each player drops a shape into the vertical game board’s drop zone. Players earn points for the highest level that their shape reaches when it lands and extra points for touching bonus circles. But be careful: Don’t break a landing rule! The shape you dropped is not allowed to touch matching shapes or colors after it lands. If you break a landing rule, you will go away empty-handed. The winner is the player or team with the most points at the end.
Item No.: 692834
Brand: Kosmos Games
Subject: Family Games
Author: Bernhard Lach and Uwe Rapp
Number of Players: 2-4 Players
Length Of Play: 30 minutes
Manual Pages: 4
Manual Dimensions (in): 8.25 x 10.6
Product Dimensions (in): 11.6 x 11.6 x 2.8
Product Weight (lbs.): 2.9
Country of Origin: China
Year Released: 2018
Thames & Kosmos was founded in 2001 by a science museum director and her son, who saw the great need and demand for better science education materials — resources for parents and their children that are more engaging, more effective, more relevant, and more fun.
Thames & Kosmos operates as the exclusive arm of parent company, Franckh-Kosmos Verlags-GmbH & Co. KG — Kosmos for short — based in Stuttgart, Germany. Founded in 1822, Kosmos operated solely as a book publisher until the 1920s, when the company published its first science kits aimed at explaining the world of science to children and young adults by bringing it to life with hands-on experiments.
Generations of European children have discovered their enthusiasm for science through Kosmos science kits. Since 2001, Thames & Kosmos and Kosmos have teamed up to develop science kits for children in the United States and other English speaking markets around the world.
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