|Mfg Recommended age||18 months - 61 years|
|Item model number||RI006-229|
|Product Dimensions||42.24 x 29.85 x 29.54 cm; 1.36 Kilograms|
Risk Halo Wars Board Game
|Price:||+ S$23.65 Delivery|
- Risk, halo wars
- Lead your armies in an effort to eradicate your enemies
- Over 290 custom game pieces
- 3 ways to play
- Assume the role of a leader as you control your army in an effort to defeat your opponents and win the game
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This Risk Halo Wars Game is a futuristic spin off of the classic game of strategy and diplomacy! Based on the Xbox video game Halo, you must battle and trick your opponents to obtain control of Arcadia. Is the world really yours for the taking or are you simply a pawn in your opponent's game plan? The ultimate battle of conquest is at your fingertips as you assume one of three armies, each with their own Halo-themed game pieces! Choose from commanding The Covenant, UNSC Forces, or The Flood in addition to three objectives and three ways to play for the ultimate gaming experience! This limited edition Risk Halo is perfect for 3-5 players ages 12 and up.
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my 9yr old son hates math. but add in HALO to the equation and all of a sudden he's all like lets do math for survival of the human race! this game is based on reinforcements. in order to figure out reinforcements you have to add all your territories plus colonies, divide by 3, then add base, sector and card bonus. ((T+C)/3)+B+S+C=Reinforcements received. it is easy math, but to a 3rd grader, this is a great mind challenge. my sons math skill has gone up tremendously and he even said to me yesterday, 'dad, i'm starting to like school'. educational. very. and it teaches you patience and strategy. dont go attacking with all your troops. save some for defense (that is where the odds are). my son doesnt have this down yet--as i span across the board all his territories have one single unit. but, he is learning.
cons include cheap pieces. the pieces dont look durable, but to a kid this game is all about imagination.
there are somethings left out in the open, like "do achievements pass to different players?" and "what are the 2 other dice for?". probably answers easily found on the internet.
First of all, let's face it: RISK is always amazing. Period.
Other than some complaints about map layout (the first time I played, it was confusing), I have no major issues with this edition.
One of the greatest parts about this is that the pieces came in individual plastic pockets for storage which are covered by the game board when put away, enabling easier travel without the mixing of pieces becoming an irritating issue.
Layout is nice fair and even for attack and defense measures.
Over all if you play monopoly and wanted a game that could take as long to play have fun, we do.
We bought this toy for our son after a great quarter at school. He does well and tries a little harder when there is a reward at the end of the tunnel. He didn't know this was going to be his particular prize, but was very pleased when it arrived.
The pieces are well made and the cardboard lays flat.
What I like about this game is the pieces are in the shape of characters and objects. He has lots of fun just playing with the pieces and moving them around the board or living room. If your child (or boyfriend) likes action figures or army men, this is a nice gift option.
Thumbs up on this fun gift.