The London Board Game
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- The classic race through London's Underground.
- Be the first commuter to travel to each of your landmarks.
- Visit London's landmarks.
- Watch out for station closures and hazards.
- 2 to 6 players.
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Top Customer Reviews
'The London Board Game' only allows 2 - 6 players to enjoy a bit of a whiz around the Underground but it is a lot of fun, so that would at least be a start. Well, I say 'fun'... it is if you're winning - and, if you are, then you probably won't be for very long. Using competitive games to try to keep the peace between a whole collection of warring factions might sound a little crazy but, the way I figure it, if they're arguing about a board game they might just forget about all those other grievances that families everywhere seem to collect over the years. No? Oh well, that must just be mine then. Actually you know, that's a very good point. This can be a very competitive game, full of dirty tricks and abject deviousness. Playing this game might have the same sort of incendiary effect on my family as the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand had on Europe in 1914... .Read more ›
My only criticisms are:-
1. The board could be a bit bigger a) because the stations are too close together for two travellers.
b) because when a station has been closed it is not easy to see which station has
been marked by a counter.
2. A picture of the place being visited on the card and on the board would make it easier to find.
These were our greatest problems but we did enjoy playing it and the grandchildren - 10 and 13 loved it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Having recently visited London for only one day, we thought this a good idea, have yet to play but looks good and all in order. Looking forward to many hours of entertainment.Published 2 days ago by Frankie
My grand children live in Lanzarote and came over for a few days to go to London. They absolutely adore this game their ages are 12 and 7Published 3 months ago by ailish
Good concept, but there were only around 30 locations in the game.Published 4 months ago by Jordan K.