LEGO Games 3839 Race 3000
- A game of luck
- A game for friends and family
- Game play approximately 20-30 minutes
- For 2-4 Players
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|Item Dimensions||27.2 x 19.2 x 6.7 cm||28.8 x 27.2 x 6.7 cm||9.1 x 54 x 28.2 cm||6.7 x 14.4 x 27.2 cm||5.41 x 28.8 x 27.2 cm||27.2 x 43.2 x 6.7 cm|
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|Number of Units Included in Each of the Package Customer Receives||167||—||176||95||394||216|
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Do you have what it takes to cross the finish line first and win the trophy? Use shortcuts, overtake or turbo boost past your opponents to get in front and change lanes to avoid the oil slicks in your way. The LEGO Dice brings a new twist on a classic racing game for 2 to 4 players.
Do you have what it takes to cross the finish line first and win the trophy? Use shortcuts, overtake or turbo boost past your opponents to get in front and change lanes to avoid the oil slicks in your way. The LEGO Dice brings a new twist on a classic racing game for 2 to 4 players.How to Play LEGO Games
Build: the basic game layout using the included building instructions. Play: build the dice as in Lava Dragon. All players move their cars dependant on the number of tiles revealed on each throw of the dice. Players can overtake and turbo charge (orange turbo charge tile) but watch out for the oil slicks as hitting these will force you to start again. Change: use the special dice to change the rules, bring into play the pit stop and making sneaky short cuts to put you ahead of the competition.
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Race 3000 is a car racing game for up to four players. The cars progress around the track based on the roll of a coloured die. The coloured die is modified during the game - each player has opportunities to add more of their coloured squares to it, so their car is more likely to move further. There are two tracks, with obstacles (Lego oilslicks), shortcuts and places where you can swap between the two lanes.
If your turn would land you on top of an opponent's car, you overtake them by moving forward to the next available space that is not obstructed by the opponent car. The "not obstructed" bit is open to interpretation, because the cars overhang several adjacent spaces. If you move between tracks, you do it in a single move, even though it looks like there are two "squares" to cross.
We found the basic set of rules to be slightly ambiguous in a couple of places - to avoid arguments, you need to be clear about your interpretation befor you start playing. Lego positively encourages you to modify the rules to suit yourself, which may help hone your childrens' creativity and negotiating skills.
The squares through which the cars move are the studs on top of the Lego bricks, so can be a bit fiddly for people that need reading glasses.
The box says it's suitable for ages 7+; I'd probably say it's better for 8 or 9 year olds, but perhaps some 7-year-olds would disagree!
She loved building the game from the very clear instruction booklet.
We have only played the game once and found the instructions a little confusing but enjoyed it anyway. You could make up your own rules quite easily.
A fast moving game so no time to get bored.
I like how you can tidy it all away in the box ready for next time.
Good game for colours and counting.