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- Join Buzz, Woody, Mr. Potato Head, and more for game night fun!
- Make a match, roll the dice, and win!
- includes images from Toy Story 3 and all your favorite characters.
Hasbro Yahtzee Jr. – Toy Story 3 Game Description
includes images from Toy Story 3 and all your favorite characters…
Reviews By Edward Modrzecki : Date December 30, 2010
I’ll be honest, I didn’t know how to play Yahtzee prior to my 4 1/2 year old receiving this game as a gift. It was so easy and a lot of fun for both of us. I’m always looking for things to do with him that are entertaining for both of us and this is definitely one game we both enjoy. It is a very simple concept, and the game itself is easy, but I love when my son is eager to count his points at the end. Each game takes us about 10-15 minutes and we usually play 3 or 4 games in a sitting. I think a 3 year old can get this concept as well. I wish we had it earlier than this, but still very glad we have it now.
Reviews By J. Wiles : Date December 28, 2010
Just got this game for my 6 year old for Christmas and we have a great time playing it. It was easy for her to learn, it doesn’t take very long to play — about 5-10 minutes per round, and is still reminiscent of the original Yahtzee game. The score keeping is also very easy. She really loves to play this (it also doesn’t hurt that she seems to win it every time we play).
Basically, the way it works is, there is a score card with 5 characters on it with numbers from 0 to 5. And there are 5 dice with 6 different Toy Story 3 characters on each side, Woody is a wild character on 4 of the dice and Lots-O (the evil purple bear) is on one die (he’s not worth anything). There are 4 different color disks for each character. You get 3 rolls to get as many of the same characters as you can, with Woody as a Wild character. Then you place your color matching disk on the score card. Once you’ve placed that character on the score card you can’t play that character again. When everyone has played all their disks the game is over. Then you count up the points to see who wins. Pretty simple.
Reviews By Derick R. Peterson : Date January 24, 2012
I enjoyed playing the original Yahtzee game when I was growing up, so I picked this Jr edition up to try out with my 4yo son. I was slightly irritated when I first opened the box and found that we had to peel and apply 30 little stickers to all 6 sides of each of the 5 dice, plus punch out 20 cardboard tokens; but my son seemed to actually enjoy this initial activity, so it turned out OK –and we waited for a later time to actually try the game. The game itself is simple and well thought out. Each die has 6 Toy Story characters on it, and one die substitutes Lotso for Woody. Woody is wild (can be used to match any other character), and Lotso is bad luck (matches no character, and cannot be re-rolled). The object of the game is to get as many of each of 5 characters as possible, with the traditional 3 rolls of any subset of the dice. Scoring is straightforward and doesn’t require any Yahtzee score sheets that we always ran out of. In fact, no writing is required, which was a good decision. There is a single cardboard scorecard on which you place your tokens to indicate if you got 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 each of Rex, or whoever. A little extra strategy is implemented in that no 2 players can occupy the same placeholder on the board (except the 0 cells); so if my son already has 3 Rex and I roll 3 Rex, I can only take 2 Rex.