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Orchard Toys Post the Most


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  • Fun, colourful board game
  • Encourages maths and language skills
  • With 3-D buildings
  • For 2 - 4 players, aged 5 years and over
  • Award winning family game
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Technical Details
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions30.6 x 25.8 x 9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:0 months and up
Item model number60
Assembly RequiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB001G5QAHK
Best Sellers Rank 98,826 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
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Date First Available16 Sep 2008
  
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A popular, award-winning game, in which players are postmen on a little island, and they must deliver the post to different buildings around the village. As well as the bright, cheerful colours and attractive illustration, the game is made more special because of the nine 3-D buildings, including a lighthouse and a windmill. Before the game can be played, the board is assembled and the the buildings are put in their correct positions. The 32 letter and parcel tokens are placed inside the cloth postbag, the 'action' cards are placed in a pile, face down, and the 'delivered' tokens are placed on the table. Each postie takes a sack board and on it places 2 tokens drawn from the cloth sack. By following instructions on the board, the cards and the spinner, the players must send their postie off to the correct buildings in the village, trying to deliver all the letters and parcels (by posting them through the slots in the buildings) on their sack board. However, not all the buildings are easy to get to; sometimes the postie may have to spin the spinner to get across the rickety bridge or through the flock of sheep. The winner is the first player to have delivered six items of post, and made their way back to the Post Office. There is quite a lot to remember when playing this game, but children quickly get the hang of it, and the game can be enjoyed by players aged 5 and over, making it a fun game for the whole family. It is suitable for 2 to 4 players, and is made from sturdy, recycled board.

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A game for all the family!
Navigate your postal route whilst being careful to avoid the rickety bridge & troublesome sheep and then be the first to get back to the post office & win!
The game includes 3-D buildings which enhance the already colourful board

Ages 6-adult
Players 2-4

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. C. Taylor on 17 Nov 2009
We bought this for our 5 year old daughter.
It is a great game.
Something different than most other board games.
She loved posting the letters.
I personally find Orchard games very good and we have quite a few.
They make great presents for my daughter's friend's birthday's as well.
I would certainly recommend this game.
We had great fun playing it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Neville Povey on 4 Feb 2009
Short and to the point review. Played the game at Christmas and it was enjoyed as a game by young and old. The parents thought that it was a good game to make the children think.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By L. MCGEE on 13 Oct 2010
Based on reviews we decided on this game, we had bought our daughter a couple of Orchard Toys games when she was a little younger, she is now nearly 5 and she loves this game, as does all the family, I would say this is my favourite of all the orchard toys games, we have since bought Greedy Gorilla, Run Run as fast as you can, Pop to the shops, but the Post the most is definately the most fund for all the family, my daughter manages to win quite often all on her own! Would recommend, the only downside is the houses are cardboard so in danger of being broken quite easily if not looked after, so far we have managed ok.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gratefulmum on 14 Mar 2012
Finally, a kids' game that doesn't leave me, the parent, bored and frustrated! We got this for our 4 year old for Xmas and have played it every day, bar about 5, for 3 months - often many many times a day - and i'm still not bored of it. This is truly unique! If you buy one game for Your toddler and i'm family, i would make it this one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. N. C. Kelly VINE VOICE on 24 Jun 2012
We love Orchard Toys and this game is one of the best. It tells children about the post, it makes them think ahead and plan what they are doing and its good fun for grown ups to play along

It has 3D houses which are great but i suspect over time will get squashed- and it is a bigger board than usual.

Overall its brilliant fun and a good game.

We also found it hard to distinguish the purple from the dark blue cards at first.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AJB on 1 April 2009
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This is a bit more complicated than some Orchard Games and is a step up for a five year old. However with the spinning and counting there are enough items to keep older children interested. One slight problem involves colours. For a colour blind person the blue and purple houses and letters are difficult to differentiate. Other than that minor point it was a fun game for the family to play.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By archie on 13 Mar 2012
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we have shopping list and 3 little pigs which we all love but felt our 4 year old needed a game with a little more to it. this game is perfect our daughter loves it. it is simple enough for her but also has the potential to have some strategy which she is beginning to pick up on. we have played it at least once every day for the 2 weeks we have had it and i must admit i haven't grown tired of it either. nice mix of dice, spinner, and chance cards make every game different. yet it still only took our daughter a few games to get the hang of it. has usual orchard quality build and great graphics. really very very happy with it. only negative i can think of is i'm sure i've read somewhere that it has educational value for counting. personally i can't see this and certainly doesn't stretch our 4 year olds maths ability
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rjd297 on 16 Jan 2012
A great game for all the family! My 4 year old loves it and gains so much from counting the number of dots on the dice to how many steps he can take to the next letter box. He has also learned about accepting defeat when someone else wins. The instructions appear complicated but once you start playing they make sense. I would highly recommend this game.
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