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Nubble Board Game
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- Numbers fun for everyone!
- The aim of the game is to score the most points by collecting Nubble money
- There are two levels of play so younger and older players can play together
- Try to outwit your opponents, win nubble bonuses and beat your own best score!
- For 2-4 players, age 7+
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The aim of the game is to score the most points by collecting Nubble money. Rolling four dice, players devise a sum which gives an answer between 1 and 100. A counter is then placed on this number on the game board. Higher numbers score more points. Before you know it you'll be hooked as you try to outwit your opponents, win Nubble bonuses and beat your own best score!
1 game board;1 pack of Nubble money;4 dice;200 counters;1 rules booklet with cheat chart
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Top Customer Reviews
The game is brilliant. We also bought the Nubble Express computer game. This board version is larger, and has 4 dice for more complex maths. However, my 7 and 8 year olds can play this toghether even though they are 2 school years apart.
Essentially you throw four dice and make sums with the aim to cover a space matching the result. The higher the number, the higher the points scored. As soon as a path is created from 1 - 100, the game ends and all players count up their points to see who has won.
Simply, but very effective game, and the kids don't realise they are learning whenever they play the game.
Highly recommended - check out nubble express too for younger players.
The game is easy to pick up and can be played by those both skillful at or fearful of numbers.
The more skilled found it fun to test their ability at getting the harder numbers and those that were in in need of practice soon found their mental arithmetic improving quickly.
I believe this game would be a fun way of improving the mental arithmetic of every child and indeed adult who struggles with numbers
A great game enjoyed by a wide range in both age and ability but with a huge potential for swift improvement in the fearful. Loved it
You use mental arithmetic to calculate numbers and place counters on a board to score points. Teaches children what prime numbers are too.
There are different ways to play this game which means it can be a great 15 minute game or a good 45 minutes if you do long version.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic game. Even got us thinking about algebra which was good for my 11 year old son!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Super board game for motivating children to practise basic maths skills.Published 8 months ago by V Hilton
Very good game. Played it with two and enjoyed it and played it with three today and enjoyed it.Published 19 months ago by MRS
A very popular game that I use with my secondary age weaker maths students. Lots of fun and skills developed through Nubble.
The pupils have enjoyed very much indeed as have I