276°
Posted 20 hours ago

Ravensburger Dungeons, Dice and Danger Game for Kids and Adults Age 12 Years Up - 1 to 4 Players

£9.995£19.99Clearance
ZTS2023's avatar
Shared by
ZTS2023
Joined in 2023
82
63

About this deal

My biggest problem with it is that once someone gets a few rolls their way, it’s hard for anyone to catch up to them. I think it only appears in English rulebooks, but we were definitely about to wait until one player has defeated all of the monsters, which would have just resulted in a ton of lost life. Maybe play this game while at a great bar near your home that constantly supplies good music, since you won’t need to really talk to anyone! D is for Dice: The goal is to cross out elements in your dungeon based on the dice rolled and shared by all players. For some of the bigger monsters, you might even have to take damage when you’re the first one to defeat it!

I will say however, that I’d like to keep trying and seeing if I can top my scores after playing several rounds.Ravensburger's toys, games, and puzzles have encouraged discovery of what really matters through play for over 130 years. To begin play, each player can use the black die three times per game as the passive player, but this can increase during play. With the games being highly variable based on rolls made by players and the variety of maps available,, you can rest assured that most games will not be the same. Many games are ticketed as too much to play at one time, or having too many pieces, or too few pieces, or not enough strategy.

This list has wallet-sized and wallet-friendly games; games for the first timer and for friends who have been playing for years.

As a family-owned business, Ravensburger has built a reputation as a trusted brand for parents and children alike.

In Dungeons, Dice, and Danger players who cannot place a number in a given turn must cross off one of the health boxes on the side of the map. As players keep rolling and crossing out squares, the game draws closer to the end and when the game does end players count up the amount of gems they have acquired throughout the game and potential other points, depending on the map, then subtract any points from health lost.There are also two shared goals unique to each dungeon that award gems based on specific set collections, with a bonus for being “firsties.

The sums of each created pair (2-12) are the two numbered results you must cross off your dungeon map. Some art, gameplay, or other aspects of the game may change between this preview and the fulfillment of the Kickstarter, should it fund, as this is a preview of a currently unreleased game. No problem—no one is waiting on me, I can move through turns quickly, and I can enjoy the game all by myself to play out a high-score challenge. Compare those with the Expert dungeon Defiant Dinosaurs, where players must face armored dinosaurs that they have to deal 2 damage to or none gets through, and the activating spaces are replaced with claw spaces that unlock damage opportunities all over the board. The one rule that I have consistently seen missed is the rule about getting a free hit on a monster whenever someone defeats it for the first time.Certain spaces (generally gray boxes adjacent to a Monster) will “unlock” a number that you can fight that Monster with. For instance, the Annoyed Animals (Novice difficulty) has spots with a Fist symbol and 2 dice – doubles must be rolled there equaling the number listed. Now I just have to find a dungeon dive playlist that pairs well with the bourbon I’ll be sipping while playing!

Asda Great Deal

Free UK shipping. 15 day free returns.
Community Updates
*So you can easily identify outgoing links on our site, we've marked them with an "*" symbol. Links on our site are monetised, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.
New Comment