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Ravensburger Labyrinth Duel game


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  • Fun adaptation of the popular Labyrinth game
  • Fun for the whole family aged 7 and up
  • 1 - 2 players
  • Each game takes approximately 15 - 20 minutes to play
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Technical Details
Item Weight821 g
Product Dimensions33.7 x 5.7 x 22.9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:1 month and up
Item model number26505
Number of Game Players4
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00283WW1M
Best Sellers Rank 283,992 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
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Date First Available22 July 2009
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: Toy inside. Adult supervision recommended

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Box Contains

  • Content: 2 playing boards, 30 Labyrinth walls (15 per player), 16 treasure cards, 2 playing figures
  • Product Description

    The labyrinth can be played simultaneously by two players in this variant. Both deliver up exciting duels. Here, too, must be found the way to the treasure. To each plate, the game moves at its own 15 stones until two treasures are connected to each other. The quicker wins the duel. Thus, there are always new challenges. This maze is also playable in a solo version!

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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Whatif on 20 July 2012
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    I bought this game because the original Labyrinth game is my favourite game of all time(I'm 60!). The original game is meant for two or more players but I played against myself sometimes(how sad is that?), so I was looking forward to a game that was designed for 'solitaire' as well as duelling. I must admit I was a bit disappointed with it, it's not as much fun as the original game but I'm still glad I bought it.
    It's a fairly sturdily made game but wouldn't stand too much rough handling.
    I think children used to board games would love it.
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    Amazon.com: 2 reviews
    Fun and challenging 23 Nov 2013
    By Joni Strandquest - Published on Amazon.com
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    This is a fun game to keep adult minds active and I've also used it in a professional capacity as an OT to aid adults and children with problem solving and visual perception challenges. I prefer this Duel version to the traditional/larger board game because it can be played alone or with one other person. Very versatile and adaptable!
    It is nothing more that Rubix Race or square-up with a fantasy theme. 26 Sep 2013
    By Webwizardry - Published on Amazon.com
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    I think it would not have been hard to add two more boards and make this game a 4 player game. I was thinking it would be more like the real labyrinth game with exploring a ever changing maze, but it is like those old crackerjack slide puzzles you would get in your box with a fantasy theme, and no great tasting snack.

    I could see playing this a few times, but not coming out of the game closet to often during rotation. The pieces, unlike Rubix Race and Square-up, are cardboard and not plastic (with exception of miniature and tiles), so I question how long it will actually last.

    Scoring, is the first to win so many objects, so it is really nothing more than who solves puzzles better. If kids were playing different age groups would have very hard times competing fairly. There is very little strategy, mostly speed and solitaire puzzle solving.

    I added a 8x8 tick tack toe sheet in my rubix race and square-up game to play a 4-in-a-row tick tack toe based on who wins, and give a 10 second handy cap to the winner on next round to add strategy and lessen the age based puzzle solving issue.

    I hope this helps,
    Live, Play, and Party!
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