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Here's a fun frog game! This award-winning strategy game features wonderful frog artwork, and little frog images on the playing pieces. For two players.
"This is a great new educational game that is similar to backgammon, but a lot more fun. It will help develop math skills, strategy and spatial thinking. The goal is to get your twelve frogs around the board and into the center pond before your opponent does. Leaping, heaping and racing to the safe zone, players try to outsmart their opponents using a variety of strategy options. This is a well designed game plus a great learning tool for the whole family to enjoy."
I only got as far as the first part of the rules of the game before I gave into my daughter's impatience and started playing the game, and on successive games, we have read more of the rules and played more according to the rules.
This game is simple to learn (given the time to read it first) but hard to master, and fun to play. The game has enough complexity to keep adults interested in playing the game, simple enough for children to learn.
The packaging of the game is excellent, the board itself is exquisite, well thought out and designed; the game pieces are sturdy and dice stunning.
The instructions are complete, easily read and the website has lots of useful information and some anecdotal stories about a frog!
All in all, a great game, a good buy and lots of fun. Buy it.
My daughter says: "Abagio is a great game. I play it all the time and I win all the time too. I play it every day, it is great."
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