|User||Rating||Min. Age||Adults Too||Comment
|tiggle||7||7||Some ||Children younger than 7 or so may get frustrated because they're slow to find the matches and it can be pretty dull for parents who are letting their kids win a few matches. Wait, wait, wait. Once the kids can quickly find the matches, though, the game becomes fun, fast filler. We tend to forget about this game, but then enjoy playing it when we remember it. The art is cheerful and the tile quality high.
|aldanra||6||4||No || It is a bit complex for the kids my age (3 and 1) but you can make it easier using less elements. It is a bit of memory and throwing dice, but my kids do not care too much about it.
Accorinding to my rules, when you roll something that does not exist, the game ends, so there is not really any drag, and the game is ultra fast if you take out a lot of the dwarves.
The only enjoyment for the adult is seeing the kids look frantically for it.
|karlsen||6||3||Some ||Our edition of this is very old, I believe it may have been republished with slightly different rules. Roll the three dice which all have colours on them and then find the dwarf that matches what has been rolled. A simple pattern matching exercise at first. Once a few dwarves have been removed though it becomes possible to roll combinations that have been rolled before which leads to a somewhat tedious end game. With our edition house rules are required to force an end before the boring bit starts, we used to remove a dice after a couple of no dwarf could be found rolls.