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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 06 Jun 2018 22:00 #274906

Please retain a firm grasp on your hindquarters.

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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:04 #274907

If Kickstarters aren't reviewed why are games available in one shop in one country ? ;-p
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:11 #274908

Because if Ravensburger sends me the review copy I requested before I just broke down and bought it I will send it to you at no charge as hush payment.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:30 #274909

I'm going to get this today.

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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:39 #274910

Check stock online before you go. Some Targets have had it for weeks, some still don’t have it. It looks like stores are getting 4 copies each, and they are stuck in the section where they have Exploding Kittens and Cards Against Humanity.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:47 #274912

Excellent review. Very nuanced analysis of theme (ok, setting), mechanics, and strategy. For the price, it sounds like a good game, but nothing that I really need.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 11:51 #274913

Interesting. This sounds great, and like one of the few one vs. many games where it'd pay off to have the kid play the 'bad' guys. What 8 year old doesn't want to be a bunch of dinosaurs? How much text is there on the cards?
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 12:32 #274919

Very little text. My 6 year old can handle that part of it, but the strategy is a little beyond her.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 12:38 #274920

I hate going to Target for a board game, but I may have to...
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 13:57 #274929

Jexik wrote:
Interesting. This sounds great, and like one of the few one vs. many games where it'd pay off to have the kid play the 'bad' guys. What 8 year old doesn't want to be a bunch of dinosaurs? How much text is there on the cards?

My 6 year old son can play the dinosaurs, almost no text on those cards. once you explain what each dinosaur action, and what each dino card do he's golden. my 8 year old can play the humans, there is some reading on the individual characters cards.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 21:22 #274950

"However, I also feel like this game comes with the same caveat that came with Thanos Rising, which I reviewed last week. And, in fact, it's also the same thing that pushed me to rate Hogwarts Battle and Doctor Who: Time of the Daleks perhaps a little higher than I would without their licenses."
I believe you meant Doctor Who: Time Clash ;)
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 07 Jun 2018 21:28 #274951

And Doctor Who: The Card Game (Classic Doctors Edition...
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 15 Jul 2018 08:40 #277583

We played this last night. I feel like this is a top notch family game, and am going to be recommending it to my boss who has a couple of kids who are getting tired of pandemic and want something a bit more confrontational, but a wife who doesn’t like all out competitive games.
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 15 Jul 2018 08:43 #277586

Nothing says “I love you, kids” like devouring their avatar, legs first, with a Spinosaurus
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Jurassic Park: Danger Review 16 Jul 2018 03:40 #277635

I liked it well enough and think it would be good for a group of dinosaur loving kids. There are imbalance issues but a kid won't notice. The end game is kind of a suck but, again, a kid wouldn't care.

As an adult, as I like Jurassic Park and dinosaurs but am not a uber-fan-boi of them, I don't need to make excuses for it. There is no reason I would ever choose this game over Survive.
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