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Sorry! Board Game
Players try to travel around the board with their pieces faster than any other player.
Sorry; is for two to four players.
Includes game board with original artwork, 16 iconic sorry pawns, deck of 44, cards illustrated instructions.
The fabulous game of Sorry delighted players everywhere when first introduced many decades ago. Now you can relive this wonderful experience. Players try to travel around the board with their pieces faster than any other player. Sorry is for two to four players, ages six through adult. The game title comes from the many ways a player can stop his opponent, while issuing an apologetic "Sorry." The classic game of slide pursuit.
This is the Sorry I remember from childhood. The new version that is out there stinks in my opinion. My son won the new version at a Halloween event at his school and all I can say about that one is thank goodness we didn't spend money on it! This classic version is just how I remembered it. It is a quality board game made the way they used to be. I would gladly pay $20 for any board game made like this one.
We've been having a blast playing the classic Sorry with my five year old. Part of the fun is that he has to make us do something we don't want to do. Hence, SORRY!
As adults, my wife and I appreciate the retro-cool board and playing pieces. It reminds me of my youth playing 30+ years ago. The box and board are sturdy enough. The cards are also somewhat heavy stock and should last for a long time.
This new "old" game is made well. Sturdy storage box, well made sturdy playing board, plastic playing pieces and retro looking moving cards. The instruction sheet goes into depth on the rules of the game (some of which I didn't know - it seems I've been making up my own rules in some cases) and the instruction sheet looks like it could have been printed in 1939.
There are rules for playing the game by yourself, kind of SORRY SOLITAIRE, if you will. There are also rules for POINT SORRY, which makes the game more difficult for adult play.
Even with the retro look, this is still the fun game I've played for so many years and I'm glad to get this version of it. In just a few more years, I can play it with my grandchildren - a game to play down through the generations.