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Deadly 60 Tracker Board Game

4.1 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Have you got what it takes to join the deadly 60 crew?
  • Track down animals from Deadly 60
  • 30 minutes playing time
  • 2+ players
  • Ages 8+

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions26.8 x 26.6 x 5.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model numberIMG1685
Number of Game Players2 players +
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB007XHJGJE
Best Sellers Rank 135,637 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
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Date First Available25 April 2012
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Product Description

Pack your rucksack, strap on you boots and get ready to join the Deadly 60 crew as you set off in a race to be the first player to t rack down three deadly 60 animals.

Box Contains

209 cards
6 x mover pieces
fact sheet
die
timer
rules

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This board-game is such bad quality and appears a scam by BBC publications to make money out of customers who enjoy Deadly 60 tv programme. It definitely is not what any customer would expect of the BBC - 1 board, counters, dice and egg timer is not fun, most basic ... so pleased we didn't give as a prezzie before checking it out. We didn't even want to give it any stars at all in any category. Total waste of money. Returned immediately.Deadly 60 Tracker Board Game
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My 6 year old son and 8 year old daugther enjoy this game, and have asked to play this quite a few times.

The good thing is, the game is simple with only a few instructions needed so you can get started right away. Both my children instantly understood this game.

Basically, you have to pick an animal card (this is one of the more fun parts of the game finding out what you are tracking) indicating that you need to collect a certain amount of Item cards which can be either Physical, Medical and Equipment cards (up to three of each). You roll a dice to move around the board, and if you land on a blue symbol, you roll a dice, with an even number allowing you to pick up an Item card. If you land on a red symbol, it's a risk, indicating you are in some predicament that requires you to roll certain numbers: if you succeed you gain an Item card, if you fail, you loose an Item card.

Once you have collected the Item cards you need, you move to the centre of the board and, against the timer, have to keep rolling the dice to try and match/beat the Tracking Number shown on your animal card. If successful, you keep the animal and draw another animal card - you win when you have collected three animal cards. All that adding the accumulative total of the die rolls provides some adding up practise for the younger ones.

As it is, the game is basically a die rolling fest. We have added a couple of house rules to make it interesting:
1) You keep your Item cards face down so they are known only to you. You can ask other players if they require an Item you have and see if you can swap cards. You then need to move adjacent to that player to actually swap Item cards.
2) What's the point of the Risk?
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By le2224 on 26 Aug. 2013
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Good game my son loves it only drawback from an adults point of view is its extremely repetitive although my son does not seem to mind.The cards can also be used to play a makeshift top trumps so all in all we recommend.
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Well packaged item.

I bought this item as I found it to be the best priced and i spend quite a bit of time searching.
Would use this seller again and would be confident to have the same high quality transaction
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my little girl who is 9 loves deadly 60 but the game is a little complex and would not recommend ~maybe more for boys!
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Good rainy day game. Love the cards...Lots of info about animals etc so your learning as you play. Can be alittle long, but its easy to come back to.
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Bought as a Christmas gift for a friend's son: he loves the series and loves this game. Happy with purchase.
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game is a bit long winded and repetitive and kids lost interest a few times, but finally stuck it out
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