Having been in possession of the regular version of this game since it first came on the market, i was delighted to discover the travel edition, though that delight did not last long.For the game seems a great idea, storage for the cards via a clever compartment hidden inside the bomb, alongside another compartment that logic says should house the die, though alas this is not the case as the die is absent which renders the game play very inferior to it's big brother, dumbed down springs to mind! It seems to me that Gibson games in what appears a money saving action, as took it upon themselves to omit the die which is a integral part of the game play, thus ruining the game for a halfpenny worth of tar, i mean why omit the die when the compartment is already a part of the bomb moulding? So i advise any aspiring purchaser of this game to stay well clear, for as stated elsewhere it falls very short of the original, unless Gibsons games issue it with a die as in the original it will stay boring. Gibson games if you are reading this, please include a die and then i will give this game 5stars as i would the regular game. One last thing and i know i'm banging on, but without inclusion of the die Gibsons have no right to put the Daily Telegraph game of the year award logo on the blister pack as it is not the winning format. P.S Gibsons games please send me die,when you wake up to the fact you have boobed.