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River Crossing is a perilous plunk logic game--cross the river and get on your way. Select a challenge card and place the tree stumps and planks on the game grid as indicated. Get your feet wet with the beginner challenges first so you're ready once you get to tougher waters. Use the planks and tree stumps to create a path for the hiker to walk along to get from start to finish. These challenges are tricky. You'll need to think carefully and plan your moves so you don't get stranded in the middle of the river. Contains 40 challenge cards ranging from beginner to expert with complete solution printed on the back of each card if you get stuck. River Crossing is a fantastic way to practice sequential reasoning and exercise creative thinking. This educational game is all about fun, healthy brain play and promises to entertain kids of all ages. This game makes an ideal travel game as it comes complete with a storage bag so you can play River Crossing anytime, anywhere. The game can be enjoyed by single players and suitable for 8 and up.
The child I bought it for found it too hard and gave up quickly .Perhaps the age range should be a bit more specific as the child was average ability but it was not so attractive... Read morePublished 1 month ago by roma.barnes
The instructions tell you to refer to the Game Grid Key on page 3 when using the Solutions found on pages 4 - 10 e.g. 2G-LN;
GL-NS; LN-S9 etc. Read more
my son played this on his own and says its a bit confusing. It is not very clear that you can reuse the planksPublished 8 months ago by J N
A lot of money for very little wouldn't recommend it save your moneyPublished 8 months ago by p.farrer
All the family had great fun playing this game. Gets quite challenging so ideal for all ages over 8. RecommendPublished 22 months ago by Gav
Bought for my 6yr old grandson, who couldn't wait to play with it. He soon picked up the jist of the game & I think it will keep him challenged for some time....Bliss!Published on 12 Feb. 2013 by Mrs. J. A. James