|User||Rating||Min. Age||Adults Too||Comment
|Dawn Howe||8|| || ||My 5 year old requests this game often, and could play it at 3.25 yrs old. She could play before she could accurately read numbers, because she quickly memorized the values of each of the cards (I do not think she was really reading the numbers). It helped her learn comparisons of numbers (e.g. 5 > 2). It has some tough lessons like when she has to trade a "good" card with a person with a "bad" card on the other person`s turn, even when her turn is last and she can trade back for it. So, the game has ended in tears and tantrums on occasion. We do talk about "what will happen if..." scenarios before we play the game which really helps and it is good for her to see that everyone gets to win a round or 2 of the game. We do play so she wins most of the time because we can tell when she has a great card (not much of a poker face) and we choose not to trade with her. Our 8-year old will not throw a game like Mom (and sometimes Dad) will, though. This game is playable for older children too. We play without the honey pots, which is a penalty card.